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Ship carrying 200 tons of food makes its way toward Gaza

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The Spanish-owned ship named Open Arms set out Tuesday to cross the eastern Mediterranean and bring food to the Gaza Strip where hunger is spreading. The journey is expected to take three days. The U.S.-based charity running the mission, the World Central Kitchen, hopes this will pave the way for a new maritime aid corridor. NBC’s Richard Engel reports for TODAY.