Jordanian killed in car bomb blast near Italian synagogue
A car bomb exploded overnight near a synagogue in Modena in northern Italy, according to press reports Thursday.
One man was killed – apparently the car's driver, who reportedly held a Jordanian passport. According to local police reports, there were no other casualties.
According to an initial investigation, it appears the incident wasn't an attempt to attack the synagogue, but rather, was likely related to criminal activities. (Albawaba.com)
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