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Inquest Suspended.

AN inquest into the death of a suspected failed British suicide bomber whose body was found off the Israeli coast was opened and adjourned yesterday.

Omar Khan Sharif, 27,of Derby, is believed to have attempted and failed to kill himself in a suicide bomb attack on a bar in Tel Aviv.

An inquest at Derby and South Derbyshire Coroners' Court heard his body was discovered on May 12 in the sea off Tel Aviv.

No members of Sharif's family attended the inquest, where Professor Guy Rutty confirmed the body, which was brought back to Britain in a sealed coffin on June 19, was that of Sharif.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jul 2, 2003
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