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Daybreak: Burgas Bombing Culprits Still Unclear

Plus, Egypt and Israel both say security cooperation is at all-time high

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• A report shows a high volume of phone calls between Lebanon and Burgas prior to the bombing, but intelligence organizations need more concrete evidence to implicate Hezbollah and Iran. [NYT]

• Despite issues with Gaza tunnels and instability in Sinai, Egypt and Israel are enjoying unprecedented levels of security cooperation. [Haaretz]

• Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak says intelligence assessments between the United States and Israel on Iran’s nuclear program are also unprecedentedly close. [JPost]

• Two parties that are not unprecedentedly close are Jewish tourists and restaurants in Italy whose wine bottles have labels featuring pictures of Adolf Hitler. [Forward]

• The Russian Olympic men’s basketball, coached by Israeli-American David Blatt, advanced to the semi-finals and will play Spain on Friday. [JTA]

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Daybreak: Burgas Bombing Culprits Still Unclear

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