Live coverage: Terror attack in Bulgaria

Breaking news updates as JPost team of reporters and photographers around the country receives them.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 19, 2012 12:41
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Zaka volunteer bus wreckage. (photo credit: ZAKA)

 
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Welcome to The Jerusalem Post's live coverage of the aftermath of Wednesday's terror attack in Bulgaria. Here, we provide you with breaking news updates as our team of reporters and photographers around the country receives them. There are videos, pictures, tweets, and informational briefs from our reporters and sources.

Updates include the latest on the victims' return to Israel, on IDF, defense establishment and official statements on the crisis, world reactions to the attack, and any other information we hear from our reporters.

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