Kabul buries victims of huge bombing
Funerals have taken place in Kabul for victims of Saturday’s suicide bomb attack claimed by so-called Islamic State (IS), which killed 80 people.
Bodies were still being collected from morgues as the first burials were conducted in the west of the city.
The bomber targeted a protest march by members of the Hazara minority, Shia Muslims reviled by IS, a Sunni group.
The government banned all public gatherings and demonstrations for 10 days after Saturday’s attack, which also wounded at least 230 people.