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Five Israelis and a Bulgarian were murdered in 2012 Hezbollah bomb attack
Chief prosecutor in terror attack which killed 5 Israeli tourists and a Bulgarian bus driver says new discovery will extend investigation.
Eilat Ashkelon Pipeline Co. CEO Yossi Peled says due to red-tape, Israel at risk of falling behind competitors.
Chief prosecutor: Bombing suspect has officially been identified, but not yet revealed; hearing delayed due to processing of new evidence.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Hezbollah operative who remotely detonated bomb in suicide bomber's backpack left hats, towel in hotel room which yield DNA evidence.
Sofia "knows location of 2 suspects," will seek extradition.
Denmark, Sweden, Germany and France reportedly support blacklist during EU meeting convened by the United Kingdom.
Bulgarian Interior Ministry to conduct reenactment of bombing to ascertain exact position of the alleged Hezbollah bomber.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
Sofia will pass on all evidence uncovered in probe into Burgas terror attack, Sofia News Agency quotes Bulgarian PM as saying.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
'Al Hayat' reports Burgas attack, support for Assad has Paris ready to designate Hezbollah's armed wing a terrorist organization.
New Bulgarian PM Raikov says despite implicating Hezbollah in Burgas bombing, Sofia will not push EU to blacklist group.
Hossan Taleb Yaccoub accused of planning Burgas attack in which five Israeli tourists were murdered; verdict set for March 21.
Israel hopes the attack will convince the EU to place the group on terror blacklist; US hopes Hezbollah brought to account.
By HERB KEINON AND REUTERS
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