FAMILIES of those killed in the bomb attack on the island of Bali were mourning their loss today as dozens more relatives faced an agonising wait for news of their loved ones.

Some 33 Britons, many thought to be young backpackers, were feared dead after two car bombs ripped through a popular nightspot.

The Foreign Office confirmed that 30-year-old Marc Gajardo, from Cornwall, had perished in the blast.

Seven Britons, including a Scottish businessman, who were touring with a Hong Kong amateur rugby team, were also thought to be among the dead.

And one man was giving a DNA sample in a bid to discover whether his brother was a victim.

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