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Churches in Colombo, Sri Lanka were closed after over 250 people were killed in suicide bombings on April 21.
The country's top health official said the blasts had damaged some bodies beyond recognition, making accurate identification difficult.
The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the morning attack.
More than 80 other people had been injured in the Kabul attack, according to a spokesman for the Interior Ministry.
“Most of the victims were children, who were working in a car wash close to the suicide bombing site."
Ten journalists were killed in a series of attacks on Monday.
The second blast, 10 minutes after the first, targeted first responders.
The attacks occurred hours after militants killed two people in a Christian neighborhood in the same region.
They were praying when the bomber struck, an interior ministry spokesman said.
In the past weeks Kabul has been shaken by numerous suicide attacks. According to the security situation, armed guards seem to be posted at every corner of the Afghan capital.
The attacks occurred just hours after a showdown between the Houthis and President Abd-Rabbu Mansour forced Prime Minister
As someone who's covered political violence overseas, it's clear to me that as Americans, we need to change our vocabulary. We have one set of vocabulary for events that happen overseas, and a "Rated G" vocabulary for American soil -- and we're doing ourselves a profound disservice.
No religion commands violence. No religion encourages ruthlessness, selfishness, lovelessness and massacre. Violence and the conditions that pave the way for violence develops when ideologies that promote conflict replace the moral values of religion.
A 9-year-old girl who was drugged, abducted, and strapped into a suicide vest by militants last week in Pakistan returned
Monday marked the third anniversary of the slaying of Benazir Bhutto, and judging by the thousands of Pakistanis who gathered