Former athlete Zelig Shtorch of the Israeli Olympic team of ...
Feb 23rd, 2012
(Reuters) - Former athlete Zelig Shtorch of the Israeli Olympic team of 1972 attends a news conference in Munich's Olympic Stadium February 23, 2012. Forty years after eleven members of the Israeli Olympic team and one German police officer were killed in an attack by the radical Palestinian group Black September during the 1972 Munich Olympic Games, the surviving members of the team visited the stadium. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS SPORT ATHLETICS HEADSHOT) -
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