Mohamad Hassan El-Husseini, a dual French and Lebanese citizen, born in Lebanon in 1989, July 18, 2014. AFP PHOTO / BULGARIAN STATE AGENCY FOR NATIONAL SECURITY
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The man who blew up a bus in a Bulgarian Black Sea resort two years ago, killing five Israeli tourists as well as himself, has been identified as a dual Lebanese-French citizen, Bulgarian authorities said Friday.Bulgarian media had reported in April that the bomber was of Algerian heritage and had trained in camps in Hezbollah-dominated South Lebanon.The Israeli tourists had arrived on a charter flight and were in the bus in the airport car park when the blast tore through the vehicle, also killing the Bulgarian driver and wounding more than 30 people.
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