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Victims of October 7 massacre sue AP and Reuters for 2.5 million NIS in Jerusalem District Court

The families of five victims of October 7 are suing AP and Reuters for the alleged participation of their employees in the massacre.

Pictures marking the victims of the Nova party massacre. (Photo: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

Families of five of the victims of October 7 have filed suit today (Wednesday) in Jerusalem District Court against the international news associations AP and Reuters for 2.5 million NIS in damages.

The suit, filed for "compensation for terror acts," holds the agencies responsible for the actions of reporters and photographers who worked for them and who are alleged to have worked hand in hand with Hamas terrorists in carrying out the October 7 massacre, according to Calcalist's description of the suit.

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