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IDF Official: Nothing New In Search for Boys

An IDF official said Sunday evening that there is no news to report about the ongoing manhunt for Eyal Yifrah, Gil-Ad Shayer and Naftali Frenkel.

According to a report on the Hebrew-language 0404.co.il website, a the official said, “We are continuing to work according to plan. This means scouring the area, arresting suspects and other activities that change from time-to-time, all in keeping with various assessments. On the ground, the Shin Bet is the group that is working on the intelligence front, and there the concentration  of efforts is larger.

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