Israeli rescue team to Haiti lands at Ben-Gurion Airport

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January 28, 2010 09:04

 
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Sixteen days after a 7.1-magnitude earthquake hit Haiti, the Israeli rescue team to the Caribbean nation returned to Israel on Thursday morning.

Family members, IDF brass, and lawmakers arrived at Ben-Gurion International Airport for a reception in honor of the team.

More than 900 people were treated at the IDF field hospital, and the Israeli team received international praise for its work.

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