Uruguay: Israeli embassy worker suspected in planting fake bomb

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July 5, 2015 05:55

 
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Police in Uruguay named an Israeli embassy worker as the main suspect in planting a fake bomb outside the embassy's building complex in Montevideo.

According to the report in Uruguayan newspaper El Observador, the suspect was a security worker for the Israeli embassy for the past eight years and performed similar security work for local Jewish groups.

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