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Bomb-sniffing dogs used for Jerusalem city buses

After months of bureaucratic delays, a new security plan for public buses across the country is currently underway, including the unprecedented use of bomb-sniffing dogs on Jerusalem City buses to snuff out Palestinian suicide bombers, a senior official in the Internal Security Ministry said Sunday. As part of the bus security plan, sixteen specially trained dogs are being used to safeguard city buses in Jerusalem, with the number of dogs expected to triple in the coming months as the program expands nationwide, said the deputy director general of the internal security ministry, Eliezer Rosenbaum. The dogs, which undergo a five-month training period by the ‘Pups for Peace’ Organization before being handed over to security officials for use on public buses, include German Shepherds, and Labradors. Full Story

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