Libyan ship with Gaza aid arrives in Egyptian port
14 July 2010
AFP
The Amalthea was forced to divert after being shadowed by Israeli vessels
A ship loaded with aid supplies for Gaza has docked in an Egyptian port, ending the latest attempt by activists to break Israel's Gaza blockade.
The vessel was intercepted by Israeli naval ships off the coast of Gaza and forced to head south, the charity which chartered the ship said.
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