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Chevy Chase resident and former U.S. Ambassador Edward Peck was on a small Greek ship that sailed as part of the flotilla bringing aid to Gaza. All six ships in the flotilla were intercepted by Israeli forces. We speak to the Ambassador about why he joined the mission and what happened on board.
- Edward Peck Former Chief of Mission in Baghdad and Former Ambassador to Mauritania; President of Foreign Services International
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