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A double-bombing in the southern Israeli city of Beersheba, Aug. 31, 2004. Two buses, bottom and top right, blew up in the southern Israeli city on Tuesday, killing 16 people and wounding more than 80.

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Rescue workers rush to the burning bus
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A wounded Israeli woman is helped as smoke billows in the background

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A rescue worker carries a victim

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Israeli Zaka emergency services volunteers evacuate a body

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The bodies of two people are seen in the doorway

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A body hangs from a window

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A recovery volunteer gathers body parts for burial

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The daughter, left, and granddaughter, right, of Tamara Dibrashvilli, 70, react during her funeral

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Relatives of Truainet Takala mourn during her funeral

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A relative of Tatjana Koliciansko mourns during her funeral The mother of Israeli Rosita Leman, 45, has water splashed on her face as she reacts during her daughter's funeral

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Israeli mourners carry the body of three-year-old Aviel Atash

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Israeli mourners and family members of three-year-old Aviel Atash

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An Israeli relative of Tatyana Kortenko is consoled by relatives at her funeral.

Kortenko, a mother of two, was one of 16 Israelis killed.

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Palestinians Celebrate Palestinian boys celebrate the twin suicide bombing

Egged bus no. 19

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A reexamination of body parts brought to the Abu Kabir forensic institute brought the death toll in the Jerusalem suicide bombing to 11. In addition, over 50 people were wounded, 13 of them seriously, in a suicide bombing of an Egged bus no. 19 shortly before 9:00 AM at the corner of Gaza and Arlozorov streets in Jerusalem.


Tel-Aviv suicide bombing at the Dolphin disco
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The scene of the explosion.

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The injured receive emergency treatment.

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Balls and screws removed from the bodies of the victims. They were added to the explosive charge in order to increase the lethality of the injuries.

Suicide bombing at the Sbarro pizzeria in Jerusalem

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A Palestinian suicide bomber blew himself up inside the Sbarro pizzeria in the center of Jerusalem yesterday afternoon, killing 15 people, including six children, and wounding more than 130 others. Five members of one family were killed. It was the deadliest attack in the city since the intifada began last September. Carrying the explosives in a bag strapped to his body, the bomber entered the restaurant at the corner of Jaffa Road and King George Avenue, one of the busiest intersections in the capital, just before 2 p.m. and detonated his device. The 5 kg.-10 kg. bomb, which was packed with nails, screws, and bolts, completely gutted the restaurant, which was full of lunchtime diners.

Jerusalem Café Moment

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11 people were killed and 54 injured, 10 of them seriously, when a suicide bomber exploded at 22:30 PM Saturday night in a crowded cafe at the corner of Aza and Ben-Maimon streets in the Rehavia neighborhood in the center of Jerusalem. Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack. The bomber walked into the cafe, located at the corner of Aza and Ben-Maimon streets about 100 meters from the prime minister's residence, and detonated a powerful explosive charge that completely gutted the restaurant.

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