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Both sides of flotilla story
Dan Nolan examines conflicting sides of Israel's attack on the Gaza aid flotilla.
Last Modified: 03 Jun 2010 13:18 GMT

Al Jazeera had its own camera crews travelling on the Gaza aid convoy, but all of the video they shot has been confiscated by Israeli authorities. There is no word on when - or if - the pictures might be released.

Israel has been releasing its own video - which supports the Israeli version of events, and contradicts the reports of many witnesses.

Al Jazeera's Dan Nolan looks at both sides of the story.

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