7 Killed As Blast Hits Bus Carrying Israeli Tourists in Bulgaria Airport - EXCLUSIVE NEWS & PHOTOS
7 killed in blast on Israeli tour bus in Bulgaria Twenty more people are reported to be injured in the explosion on a bus picking up Israeli tourists from Burgas Airport. Netanyahu: All the signs point to Iran. An explosion hit an Israeli tour bus in the Bulgarian resort of Burgas today. According to reports from the Bulgarian news agency, a bus hired by tour company "Kavei Hufsha" carrying Israeli tourists from the airport was hit by a sudden explosion. According to reports on Bulgarian television, seven people have been killed, and twenty more are injured. Eye witnesses, among them Israelis, said that the bus exploded and burst into flames. Ambulances took the injured to hospital. The tourists landed in Burgas at 16:50 this afternoon on a charter flight from Tel Aviv. Traffic to and from the airport has been halted. An eyewitness told Channel 2 News that besides the tourists another man, not an Israeli, boarded the bus, and then the explosion happened. Shoshi, an eyewitness, told Channel 2: "We passed through passport control and waiting representatives divided us among the buses according to our hotels. We put our suitcases in the baggage compartment, and after a few minutes the bus leaving with us burst into flames. After that, they returned us to the terminal, and now they're checking who is here and who is missing." Shoshi's son added: "People who survived the explosion escaped through the windows to avoid treading on bodies. You could see the baggage compartment <b>...</b>
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