Body of one of the brothers who drowned in Ashkelon found

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March 31, 2013 01:13

 
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Scuba divers in the police force found the body of 19-year-old Suliman Saraaya from Kuseifa on Saturday, one the three brothers who disappeared  in the waters off the coast of Ashkelon on Thursday afternoon, Army Radio reported.

The search for his brothers, 26-years-old Naher and 16-year-old Atef, continued, but police said the chances of finding them alive were slim.

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