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Israeli forces have intercepted another aid-laden ship bound for Gaza. They are shadowing but have not boarded the Irish-owned Rachel Corrie, some 55 kilometres out in the Mediterranean, a spokeswoman for the campaign group supporting the ship said. The 1,200 tonne ship with 11 passengers on board was hoping to arrive in Gaza bearing aid supplies this afternoon, but Israel vowed to prevent the ship from docking. Those onboard said they were prepared for a confrontation but that they did not have weapons on the ship. The vessel, named after an American pro-Palestinian activist killed in the Gaza Strip in 2003, was seized five days after a convoy of six was halted. That convoy included a Turkish ship on which nine men were killed by Israeli commandos who stormed aboard. - ABC/Reuters
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