Names of 3 soldiers killed Wednesday released

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August 10, 2006 08:25

 
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The names of three more of the reservists killed in fighting on Wednesday were released for publication on Thursday morning. Sgt.-Maj. Noam Goldman, 27, from Tel Aviv and Capt. Yoni Leon Schmucher, 30, from Beit Nehamia were killed when an anti-tank missile was fired at the house they were stationed in during clashes with Hizbullah forces in the village of Dbil. Sgt.-Maj. David Shmidov, 25, from Jerusalem was the last soldier killed in Wednesday's clashes in a mortar attack in Kliya south of Marjayoun in south Lebanon.

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