Terror victims bodies to be returned

By MELANIE LIDMAN
July 19, 2012 20:39

 
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The five Israeli victims killed in the Buglaria bus bombing will leave Burgas after an official ceremony around 6:30 pm on Thursday.

The bodies are expected to land in Israel Thursday evening and will be transferred directly to the Abu Kabir Forensic Institute after an IDF ceremony.

“Every Israeli needs to know that anywhere he is, in the most remote place, MDA, the army, and the Israeli government will bring them home,” Magen David Adom director Eli Bin said.

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