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September 28, 1999
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Some $100,000 in humanitarian aid arrived in Russia from Israel on Monday to help victims of the recent bomb attacks in Russia. The aid, delivered by a Russian plane, consisted of medicine and medical equipment for survivors of the blasts, which occurred in Moscow and southern Russia. According to press reports, Israel has also offered to share its anti-terrorist expertise with Moscow. At least six Jews, including one Israeli citizen, were among the victims of the blasts.

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