The father of a British man killed in a bus crash in Malaysia said his family was "devastated" by the attack.
Harry Woolhouse's father Christopher, 67, told the Telegraph his daughter had called him after she had seen a message on Facebook which said her brother had been killed.
"We just can't take it in. We're completely devastated," he said.
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