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Bulgarian Attack – News Roundup

Tuesday’s attack on a bus filled with Israeli tourists in Bulgaria left seven dead and questions about the source of the attack. As widely noted, the attack occurred 18 years after the bombing of the AMIA Jewish Center in Buenos Aires, that left 85 people dead.

Here is a short round up of news and condemnations as of early Wednesday evening. We’ve also updated the twitter widget on the BJN home page to follow the tweets about Bulgaria – you may find additional articles there.


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  1. From Stratfor:

    "In January, officials requested greater attention from Bulgarian authorities after a suspicious package was found aboard a bus carrying Israeli tourists to Turkey. Unconfirmed Israeli reports said the package was an explosive device."

  2. From Jerusalem Post::

    "Defense Minister promises to find perpetrators of attack; Netanyahu vows powerful response; Liberman says Israel has solid information Hezbollah carried out Burgas terror attack."