Search underway for Israeli missing in Mediterranean Sea

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October 4, 2010 14:40

 
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Helicopters and ships were searching Monday for a 26-year old man who fell from a tourist ship into the Mediterranean Sea, according to official sources in Cyprus.

The sources said UNIFIL forces have joined Israeli and Cypriot search efforts.

Israel Radio reported that the man had possibly jumped overboard as he was suffering from depression.

The Foreign Ministry had not confirmed the report.

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