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Daybreak: Loaded Ship Blocked Near Gaza

Plus Palestinians demand unification, and more in the news

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The Israeli navy at work after intercepting the boat.(Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images)

• Israel said it intercepted a weapons-laden ship from Turkey (but without that government’s involvement) bound for Gaza. [AP/WP]

• Gaza crowds called for reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah. [NYT]

• Secretary of State Clinton flies to Egypt today to meet with the current heads of the country and advocate democratic reforms. [WP]

• How real are the Arab revolutions, and where will they leave Iran? [NYT]

• Israelis observed five minutes of silence in honor (and protest) of the nearly five years that Gilad Schalit has been held. [WP]

• Pray for the Japanese. [NYT]

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