Five Israeli victims of Bulgaria terror attack named

July 19, 2012 20:40


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The Interior Ministry named the five Israelis killed in Wednesday's terror attack in Bulgaria on Thursday. The victims were named as Itzik Colangi, 28, from Petah Tikva, Amir Menashe, 28, from Petah Tikva, Meor Herush, 25, from Acre, Elior Price, 26, from Acre and Kochava Shriki, 42 from Rishon Lezion.

The bodies of the five Israeli victims of the attack were scheduled to land in Israel Thursday night where an IDF ceremony was scheduled to take place.

The victims' funerals were expected to take place on Friday.

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