Remains of an Israeli woman killed in the September 11 attacks were recovered at ground zero a month ago and brought for burial in Israel this week, an Israeli paper reported Friday. Alona Avraham, a 30-year-old Israeli on vacation in the US, was a passenger on United Airlines Flight 175 when the hijacked plane was piloted into the south tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. DNA tests showed a month ago that human remains found at ground zero belonged to Avraham, the report said. Ma'ariv offered no details of how the remains were discovered and identified. Arye Mekel, a spokesman for Israel's Foreign Ministry, could not immediately confirm the details of the report.