Israel sends aid team to Ghana following building collapse

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November 8, 2012 04:29

 
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The IDF on Wednesday night dispatched a humanitarian delegation to Accra following the collapse earlier in the day in Ghana's capital of a multi-story department building, the IDF Spokesman's Office announced.

The team of experts from the Home Front Command, trained for search and rescue missions, will provide assistance and care to the wounded, according to the IDF statement.

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