Bomber in attack on Iran Embassy in Beirut identified: Judge

BEIRUT (AFP) - A suicide bomber who attacked Iran's Embassy in Beirut has been identified through DNA tests on his father, a judge said on Saturday, after the man came forward when photos of suspects were published.

The test on Adnan Abu Dahr showed that human remains at the scene of the attacks belonged to his son, Mouin Abu Dahr, who was identified as one of the attackers, the judge was quoted by the National News Agency as saying.