'Rachel Corrie' ship tries to breach Gaza naval blockade

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May 23, 2011 21:30

 
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The Moldovan vessel Rachel Corrie on Monday attempted to breach the IDF naval blockade of the Gaza Strip but was turned back by the Navy.

The ship departed from Egypt's El Arish port but was turned back by the Navy while it was still in Egyptian territorial waters.

The is the second attempt to reach Gaza by the ship and its crew.

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