The bodies of seven Spanish tourists killed on Monday in a suicide bombing in Yemen have been flown home, along with five more wounded in the attack.
One of those injured, a woman, will stay in Yemen for an operation.
Two Yemeni tourism workers were also killed when a bomber drove an explosives-laden car into a tourist convoy at a temple in Marib.
Spain's Tourism Minister Joan Clos said the Yemenis had assured him the attack was not aimed at Spanish people.
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has said the authorities had information that al-Qaeda was preparing to carry out some attacks.
The bombing happened as the tourists were leaving the Queen of Sheba temple (known as Balqis in Arabic) in Marib in the north-east of the country, some 170km (110 miles) east of the capital, Sanaa.
Witnesses said a vehicle drove through a gate at the temple before ploughing into the convoy of tourist cars and exploding.
No-one has claimed responsibility.
The Yemeni president has offered a $75,000 (£37,000) reward for information leading to the capture of the perpetrators.
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