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Crew aboard the Gaza-bound Libyan aid ship, the Amalthea, who had rejected the Israeli navy's instruction not to sail to Gaza, have changed their mind up and are now sailing to Egypt.
Israeli military officials say the ship's captain has informed the Israeli navy that he's heading for the Egyptian port of El-Arish, which is next to Gaza. However, they say the navy will continue to accompany the vessel, because a last minute change of course could point the ship towards Gaza. Egyptian officials say if the ship does dock at El-Arish, they will transfer its supplies to Gaza.
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