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Lone Survivor of Italian Cable Car Crash Is Subject of Custody Battle

Por: The New York Times World September 14, 2021

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ROME — A bitter custody dispute has flared over the fate of Eitan Biran, the sole survivor of a that killed 14 people including his parents, after his paternal relatives in Italy accused his maternal grandfather of flying the boy to Israel over the weekend without their consent.Eitan’s parents and a younger brother died on May 23 when a cable snapped as the car was arriving at its destination on a peak overlooking Lake Maggiore in Piedmont.... + full article



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