Bus explosion in Bulgaria caused by suicide bomber, Iran denies responsibility.

By bne IntelliNews July 20, 2012
The explosion of the bus that was carrying Israeli tourists arriving from Tel Aviv on vacation in Bulgaria has been caused by a suicide bomber, the government said. The suspect terrorist has been in Bulgaria for around 4-7 days prior to the attack and had a fake driving license from the US. The bomb attack on July 18 killed seven people. Five of the victims were Israeli citizens and one - Bulgarian, the driver of the bus. Over 30 were injured. Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu blamed Iran on the act. Iran however denied responsibility.
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