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Israel: Terror attack in Tel Aviv leaves one Italian tourist dead
Tel Aviv Terror Attack
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Israel: Terror attack in Tel Aviv leaves one Italian tourist dead

| @indiablooms | 08 Apr 2023, 09:03 am

Tel Aviv: At least one Italian tourist died and seven others were injured in a 'terror attack' on a promenade in Tel Aviv city of Israel on Friday night, media reports said.

According to law enforcement officials, the alleged terrorist carried out a car-ramming attack and appeared to try to access a weapon to open fire on Kaufmann Street, leaving a trail of carnage along several hundred meters and into the adjacent Charles Clore Park, a popular seaside promenade, reports The Times of Israel.

The Magen David Adom ambulance service told the newspaper that one of the victims, a man in his 30s, had died, and seven others were hurt, with three in moderate condition.

The deceased was later identified as  Alessandro Parini.

He is a 35-year-old lawyer from Rome.

The wounded victims were also tourists from Italy and the United Kingdom, hospital officials told The Times of Israel.

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni expressed her solidarity with Israel following the “cowardly attack” in Tel Aviv in which seven other people were injured, including other tourists, reports the newspaper.

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