A container is removed from the Panamanian-flagged Klos-C, that was allegedly transporting arm from Iran to Gaza, on March 9, 2014 at the southern Israeli port of Eilat. AFP PHOTO /JACK GUEZ
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The Israeli army was on Sunday unloading a ship which it intercepted in the Red Sea allegedly transporting arms from Iran to Gaza and escorted to the port of Eilat.Naval commandos seized the vessel on Wednesday in the Red Sea between Eritrea and Sudan, and it was escorted into Eilat on Saturday by two Israeli warships.Iran has flatly denied any involvement with the shipment, which the Israeli army said was carrying missiles capable of striking anywhere in the Jewish state.World powers have eased the sanctions on Iran as part of a landmark interim deal struck in November, under which Tehran undertook to curb its nuclear activities for six months.
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