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Bus involved in airport blast thought to be carrying Israeli youths

The bus set ablaze at Burgas Airport in Bulgaria is thought to have been carrying a large party of young Israelis. Witnesses told Israeli media that the huge blast occurred soon after someone boarded the vehicle.

Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Jonathan Rosenzweig said a flight from Tel Aviv had landed at 4:45pm and that the blast took place about 40 minutes later.

"We don't know if it was a terror attack," said Paul Hirschson, another spokesman for the ministry. "We do know it was an explosion."

Bulgarian Airport closed after bus blast

Burgas Airport has been closed after a bus was blown up at a terminal of theSarafovo Airport. A Bulgarian radio station is reporting that the bus had forty Israel itourists on board when it set on fire outside the Bulgarian Airport.

They are also reporting that the fire caught two other buses. The number of the casualties and the victims has not been identified yet since there is no official information from the authorities.


Parents of boy killed in explosion visit scene

Michelle and Ken Heaton, whose two-year-old son Jamie died in an explosion in Shaw, Greater Manchester.

The parents of a two-year-old killed in an explosion in Shaw, Greater Manchester, visited the scene earlier and looked at messages and flowers left by well-wishers in memory of their son.

Michelle and Ken Heaton look at flowers and messages left in memory of their son.
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