Intelligence services are working to identify the suicide bomber who killed himself and six others at Burgas airport in Bulgaria.
CCTV images showed a young Caucasian-looking man pacing around Burgas airport as he waited for the flight.
The man wore a baseball cap over long brown hair, which may have been a wig, dark glasses, a T-shirt and checked shorts. He carried a large dark rucksack and a courier-style bag.
The casually dressed man waited for a flight from Tel Aviv before the attack on a bus full of Israeli tourists.
DNA from the bomber is being examined after the FBI said that his US driving licence was a forgery.
The authorities have his fingerprints and have enlisted the help of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation, Interpol and Europol to discover his identity.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accused Iran of involvement in the attack on the tourists.
The explosion ripped through the bus as a group of Israeli tourists were loading their bags and boarding before travelling to a nearby Black Sea resort.
Five tourists were killed at the scene while the Bulgarian driver died later in hospital.
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