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Funerals held for Israelis slain in Bulgaria attack

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Relatives and friends attend the funeral of Kochava Shriki, who was killed when a suicide bomber targeted Israeli tourists in Bulgaria this week, at a cemetery in the city of Rishon Letzion, Israel, on July 20, 2012.

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Family and friends attend the funeral of Itzik Kolengi, 28, who was killed and his wife injured in the bombing in Bulgaria, in Petah Tikva, Israel, on July 20, 2012.

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Family and friends attend the funeral of Itzik Kolengi in Petah Tikva on July 20, 2012.

The Associated Press reports — The five Israeli victims of a bombing in Bulgaria were laid to rest in a series of funerals Friday, two days after the bloody attack on a tourist bus at a popular vacation spot set off a new round of charges aimed at Iran.

Childhood friends Itzik Kolengi, 28, and Amir Menashe, 27, were buried in Petah Tikva.

Kolengi's wife, Gilat, was injured in the attack and remains hospitalized. The couple has an infant daughter.

"I promise you that the family and I will watch forever over your wife, Gilat, and your amazing daughter, Noya, who looks exactly like you, and we'll raise her just as you would have wanted," Kolengi's brother David eulogized. Read the full story.

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