A Turkish court sentenced two men to death for the 1992 murder of an Israeli Embassy employee in Ankara. Ehud Sadan, the security chief at the embassy, was killed in March 1992 in a car explosion in a residential area. Three pro-Islamic groups, including Hezbollah, claimed responsibility for the killing. According to Army Radio, the sentence could be commuted to life in prison.
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