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3. Gaza-bound flotilla set to leave Greece
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Monday, 27 June 2011
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Hundreds of activists are preparing to board aid ships bound for Gaza this week in defiance of an Israeli blockade and UN warnings and in spite of the violent end to an operation last year which left nine dead. About 350 pro-Palestinian supporters hailing from 22 countries are set to join the «Freedom Flotilla” leaving from Greek ports.

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