Report: Hezbollah transferred $100,000 to suspects of Burgas attack

July 26, 2013 18:52

Hezbollah's military wing transferred about $100,000 to two suspects of a bus bombing in Bulgaria last July that killed five Israelis and their Bulgarian bus driver, AFP on Friday reported.

The money, was alleged wired to help fund the attack in the Black Sea resort town of Burgas and for futher international intelligence operations, AFP cited daily newspaper 24 Hours as reporting.Bulgaria’s Interior Ministry on Thursday said the two suspects behind the deadly attack in Burgas were identified as 32-year-old Australian citizen Meliad Farah, also known as Hussein Hussein, and 25-year-old Canadian citizen Hassan el-Hajj Hassan.

According to the 24 Hours report, the funds were transferred to the Burgas bombing suspects' bank accounts in Australia and Canada.

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