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The Bulgarian news site, 24 Hours, reports that Hezbollah transferred $100,000 to the men that are suspected of carrying out the Burgas airport bombing on July 18, 2012, that killed 5 Israelis, a Muslim bus driver, and wounded 35 people.
Bulgaria named two Lebanese citizens, Maliad Farah (who also had an Australian passport), and Hassan El Hajj Hassan (who is also an Canadian citizen), as accomplices. The bomber is believed to have been killed in the explosion.
Their fake US driver licenses were printed at Beirut’s Lebanese International University.
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