‘I’ in IOC stands for insensitive

‘I’ in IOC stands for insensitive

Munich : Germany | Jul 23, 2012 at 2:08 AM PDT
Source: The Olympia
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Staff writer Published July 23, 2012 Forty years ago this September, at the 1972 Summer Games in Munich, Palestinian terrorists took hostage 11 Israeli athletes and coaches at the Olympic Village. Two of the athletes were executed, and after a 20-hour standoff, the remaining hostages were killed... FULL ARTICLE AT The Olympia
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