Israeli Teams Assess Bomb Site
The scene a day after a suicide bomber attacked a bus carrying Israeli tourists in Bulgaria. 7 people were killed
Israeli emergency and rescue team are picking up the pieces, literally.
Uri Shacham, the assistant director of the Israeli Ambulance Service says teams left Wednesday evening just hours after the attack.
[Interview : Uri Shacham, Assistant Director
Israeli Ambulance Service] "We arrived here we immediately went to the hospital, went to the injured persons, make sure they are all taken care of, we were happy to see that they were well taken care of."
After medical assessments, more than thirty injured people were transported via military plane back to Israel.
Surveillance footage captured a man suspected in the attack -- walking inside the airport terminal, before turning around just before the attack.
Surveillance footage shows the suspected bomber, inside the airport's terminal just moments before the attack.
walking inside the airport terminal, before turning around just before the attack.
Deborah Gembara, Reuters
It might seem a little odd to some people, but the annual clown procession in Mexico is a religious tradition in the nation's capital city.
And for these professional pranksters, it's no joke.
A clown named Garbancito said it's their way of giving thanks.
[Interview : Garbancito, Clown] "To give thanks to the Virgin of Guadalupe for everything, for all the work given to us daily, as well as the gift of being a clown."
The Virgin of Guadalupe is the patron saint of Mexico and is revered by millions of the Roman Catholic faith.
Members of the Clown Club of Mexico have been making the annual pilgrimage to the basilica for over 30 years, where they pray and ask the Virgin to watch over their friends and family.
Kilmeny Duchardt, Reuters.
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