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Topic - Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh
Relatives of a slain Hamas operative seek to block the release of a movie being made in Israel about his 2010 assassination in a Dubai luxury hotel, a family member said Sunday.
Israeli and French filmmakers are making a comedy centered on the assassination of a Hamas operative in Dubai.
Documents made public recently show the United Arab Emirates sought U.S. government help in tracing prepaid credit cards used by those linked to the assassination of a Hamas arms dealer last year.
South African police stepped in to take over security at four World Cup venues Tuesday after new strikes by stewards, including a walkout hours before Brazil's first match of the tournament.
The movie, which features Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli as a temptress working for the hit team, is a "Zionist conspiracy" to defame al-Mabhouh, said a cousin, Ahmed, who lives in Gaza.
The French-Israeli co-production "Kidron," Hebrew for "spear," is to be released in about half a year, he said.