Rescuers find missing father and sons

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April 24, 2015 02:52

 
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Search and rescue teams located a father and his two sons, aged 12 and 14, who went missing Thursday while hiking in a valley in the West Bank, Israel Radio reported Friday.

They were last seen Thursday morning at the beginning of the Nahal Darga hiking trail, east of Bethlehem and not far from the Dead Sea.

Several search teams, including one by helicopter, were deployed in efforts to find the family.

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