Suicide bombing at Kabul mosque
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Suicide bombing at western Kabul’s Imam Zaman mosque

Blood covers the walls and charred ceiling of the Imam Zaman mosque in Kabul after a suicide bomber threw a grenade into the women’s section of the mosque and then blew himself up. Dozens of worshipers were killed in the attack.

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The inside of the Imam Zaman mosque in Kabul is covered in gore after a suicide bomber killed 59 people and wounded 60 others inside the packed mosque on Friday.

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Blood splatter covers a wall inside the Imam Zaman mosque.

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A burned ceiling marks the location where a suicide bomber blew himself up inside the Imam Zaman mosque in Kabul, killing 59 people and injuring 60 others.

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A worshiper peers outside a window behind blood-splattered columns in the Imam Zaman mosque in Kabul.

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A private bodyguard inspects the carnage inside the Imam Zaman mosque in Kabul after a suicide bomber blew himself up and threw a grenade into the women section’s section of the mosque.

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Pedestrians point out the Imam Zaman mosque, where a suicide bomber blew himself up and threw a grenade into the women’s section of the mosque, killing 59 people and wounding 60 others on Oct. 20, 2017, in Kabul.

 (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

Blood-soaked clothing and carpets are piled outside the Imam Zaman mosque in Kabul after a suicide bomber blew himself up and threw a grenade into the women’s section of the mosque.

 (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

Shira Ahmad, far right, stands with family members as they bury his father, 83-year-old Karbalai Mohammad Anwar Noori, who was killed by a suicide bomber inside the Imam Zaman mosque on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Kabul.

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Ali Rahim mourns for his father, 83-year-old Karbalai Mohammad Anwar Noori, who was killed Friday in a bombing at a mosque in Kabul.

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A man stops to say a prayer after the burial of one of the 59 victims of a suicide bombing in Kabul.

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Imam Abdulaziz Amiri, second from right, warns worshipers to be cautious of threats against them, as mourners bury Karbalai Mohammad Anwar Noori, 83, who was killed in a suicide bombing at a Kabul mosque.

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Shira Ahmad weeps after burying his father, Karbalai Mohammad Anwar Noori, from Ghazni Province, who was killed after a suicide bomber attacked the Imam Zaman mosque in Kabul.

 (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

A private bodyguard pulls a ball bearing out of a damaged wall after a bombing inside the Imam Zaman mosque in Kabul.

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Mourners bury 83-year-old Karbalai Mohammad Anwar Noori, one of 59 people killed by a suicide bomber at a mosque in Kabul.

 (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

Friends and family members wrap the body of Karbalai Mohammad Anwar Noori before burying him. The 83-year-old was among dozens of worshipers killed Friday by a suicide bomber at the Imam Zaman mosque in Kabul.

 (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

Mourners bury Karbalai Mohammad Anwar Noori after the 83-year-old was killed in a suicide bombing.

 (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

Mourners cover the grave of one of the 59 victims of a suicide bomber in Kabul.

 (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

The Imam Zaman mosque in Kabul was packed with worshipers on Friday evening when a suicide bomber attacked, killing 59 people and wounding 60 others.

 (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)
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