ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH Mouin Abu Daher (L), a supporter of Lebanon's Sunni Muslim Salafist leader Ahmad al-Assir, shouts slogans while carrying the body of ... more 
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH Mouin Abu Daher (L), a supporter of Lebanon's Sunni Muslim Salafist leader Ahmad al-Assir, shouts slogans while carrying the body of one of his two supporters, who died during fighting with supporters of Lebanon's Hezbollah, at a funeral in Sidon, southern Lebanon in this November 12, 2012 file photo. Lebanese authorities have identified the suicide bombers who attacked the Iranian embassy in Beirut on November 19, 2013 which killed 23 people, including the Iranian cultural attache, and wounded 146 others. A security source on November 23, 2013 have identified one of the suicide bombers as a Lebanese Islamist who was from the southern port city of Sidon, and was known to have had links with Islamist groups. Lebanese authorities have identified the second suicide bomber who attacked the Iranian embassy in Beirut this week as a Palestinian man with ties to a fugitive Lebanese Islamist cleric, a security source said on Saturday. According to local media, Abu Daher's father told authorities he believed his son Mouin was involved after the army released a photograph of one of the suicide attackers. A DNA test identified his son as the other bomber, the Lebanese army said in a statement. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho/Files (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) less 
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