Munich survivor joins NY minute’s silence

London Mayor Boris Johnson (C) , London Olympics chief organiser Sebastian Coe (R) and others hold a minute's silenceA survivor of the Israeli Olympic team massacred at the 1972 Munich games will join officials in New York for a moment of silence Friday.


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