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Israel's Netanyahu links Iran to Bulgaria suicide blast, calls Iran "the world's most dangerous regime"

Israel's Netanyahu links Iran to Bulgaria suicide blast, calls Iran "the world's most dangerous regime"

Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Iran and Hezbollah for the deaths of five Israelis in a Bulgarian suicide blast and said "everything should be done" to prevent Tehran developing nuclear weapons.

Five Israeli tourists were killed and more than 30 other Israelis were wounded when a suicide bomber blew apart their bus at Burgas International Airport last week.  CNN reports that "Bulgarian authorities still have not been able to identify the bomber, who was seen on airport security videos about an hour before the attack. They have taken fingerprints and DNA samples and given that information to their counterparts in Israel, the United States and Interpol."

Netanyahu declared on Sunday, "Iran must be exposed by the international community as the premier terrorist supporting state that it is and everything should be done to prevent Iran, the world's most dangerous regime, from developing the world's most dangerous weapons.  Israel is a strong country and the people of Israel are a strong people.  We will continue to fight against the terrorists and to exact a heavy price from those who support them."


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