The wife of Israel’s defense emissary to India who had been badly wounded in a bomb blast in New Delhi Monday had shrapnel removed from her spine, doctors said Tuesday, as Israel accused Iran of being the world’s “biggest exporter of terror”. Bystanders dragged the 42-year-old Israeli diplomat’s wife and her Indian driver from their burning car, after Delhi police said a hitman on a motorbike fixed a suspected magnet bomb to the silver Toyota as it slowed for a junction.
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