Europol: Hezbollah linked to 2012 Bulgaria bombing

By JTA
April 26, 2013 20:23

The European Union’s police body, Europol, said in a report that "indications suggest possible links" between Hezbollah and a deadly terrorist attack in Bulgaria last year.

The statement, published Friday by the news site EuObserver, suggests Europol has adopted the findings of a six-month-long investigation by Bulgarian security services into the July 19, 2012 bombing of a bus of Israeli tourists in Burgas that left five Israelis and a Bulgarian dead and dozens wounded. In February, a Bulgarian minister said the attack was carried out by agents of Hezbollah’s military wing with funding provided by the Shiite group.


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