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Israel storms Gaza-bound ship

<p>Pro-Palestinian activists hold down an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of Mediterranean sea early May 31, 2010. Israeli marines stormed the Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza and nine pro-Palestinian activists were killed, triggering a diplomatic crisis and an emergency session of the U.N. Security Council.   REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout</p>

Pro-Palestinian activists hold down an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of Mediterranean sea early May 31, 2010. Israeli marines stormed the Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza and nine...more

Pro-Palestinian activists hold down an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of Mediterranean sea early May 31, 2010. Israeli marines stormed the Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza and nine pro-Palestinian activists were killed, triggering a diplomatic crisis and an emergency session of the U.N. Security Council. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

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<p>Pro-Palestinian activists hold down an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in international waters in the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010.   REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout</p>

Pro-Palestinian activists hold down an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in international waters in the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

Pro-Palestinian activists hold down an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in international waters in the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

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<p>Pro-Palestinian activists are seen onboard the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010.  REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout</p>

Pro-Palestinian activists are seen onboard the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

Pro-Palestinian activists are seen onboard the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

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<p>An injured Israeli commando (R) reacts as he struggles with pro-Palestinian activists on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean sea early May 31, 2010.  REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout</p>

An injured Israeli commando (R) reacts as he struggles with pro-Palestinian activists on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via...more

An injured Israeli commando (R) reacts as he struggles with pro-Palestinian activists on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

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<p>An injured Israeli commando reacts as he struggles with a pro-Palestinian activist on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010.  REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout</p>

An injured Israeli commando reacts as he struggles with a pro-Palestinian activist on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via...more

An injured Israeli commando reacts as he struggles with a pro-Palestinian activist on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

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<p>Pro-Palestinian activists hold down an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of Mediterranean sea early May 31, 2010.   REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout</p>

Pro-Palestinian activists hold down an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of Mediterranean sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

Pro-Palestinian activists hold down an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of Mediterranean sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

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<p>Pro-Palestinian activists hold an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010.  REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout</p>

Pro-Palestinian activists hold an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

Pro-Palestinian activists hold an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

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<p>Pro-Palestinian activists hold down an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean sea early May 31, 2010.   REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout</p>

Pro-Palestinian activists hold down an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

Pro-Palestinian activists hold down an Israeli commando on the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

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<p>Blood is seen on steps onboard the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010.  REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout</p>

Blood is seen on steps onboard the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

Blood is seen on steps onboard the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

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<p>A pro-Palestinian activist holds a bottle on board the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010.   REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout</p>

A pro-Palestinian activist holds a bottle on board the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

A pro-Palestinian activist holds a bottle on board the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

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<p>Pro-Palestinian activists are seen onboard the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010.   REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout</p>

Pro-Palestinian activists are seen onboard the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

Pro-Palestinian activists are seen onboard the Gaza-bound Turkish ship Mavi Marmara in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea early May 31, 2010. REUTERS/Adem Ozkose/Gercek Hayat Magazine via IHH/Handout

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