World Report

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — A presumed victim of the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center here is alive and well, working as a baker in neighboring Paraguay.

Patricio Irala, a Paraguayan man who allegedly had been hired by AMIA as a driver on the day of the bombing, was found in Paraguay's capital, Asuncion, by AMIA investigators.

Argentine officials have not yet found those responsible for the AMIA bombing, which killed 86 people and wounded about 300.

AMIA says Irala's wife, Ema, collected some $55,000 in compensation for his death, but she says she received only $35,000.

She claims that she divorced Patricio and married a husband with the same name. She says her second husband died in the blast.