PM working to bring Paris terror victims' bodies to Israel for burial; funeral planned for Tuesday

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January 11, 2015 16:08

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is working to fulfill the request of the family members of those killed in a kosher supermarket attack in Paris on Friday to bring the terror victims' bodies to Israel for burial. The funeral is expected to take place on Tuesday.

An attacker who took hostages in a siege of a Paris kosher supermarket in which four people died on Friday said he was targeting the Jewish community. The gunman, Amedy Coulibaly, was killed as police broke the siege.

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