Deadly bus crash in Nepal: Ministry of Foreign Affairs checking if Israelis involved

By AVIRAM ZINO/MAARIV HASHAVUA
October 24, 2014 11:25

 
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A tourist bus traveling from Kathmandu to the Langtang area in Nepal overturned and fell into an abyss on Friday. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs was was looking into the matter to see is there were Israelis involved in the accident. 

A local Nepalese news outlet reported that ten people were killed in the accident and dozens were injured. In total, there were 60 people on the bus that reportedly fell fifty meters.

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