A German court convicted a woman in connection with a failed bombing of a busload of Soviet Jews in Hungary. The court ruled Tuesday that Andrea Klump, 47, must serve additional time in jail for aiding and abetting attempted murder in the 1991 attack in Budapest on a bus carrying Soviet Jews on their way to Israel or the West. The blast wounded two Hungarian police officers and injured four passengers. Klump must spend a total of 12 years in jail. She is currently serving a nine-year sentence for attempting to set off a bomb at a NATO base in Rota, Spain, in June 1988.
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