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Christian girls mourn over a family member who was killed in the suicide bombing attack near two churches in Lahore.-AP
A member of the Pakistani Christian community chants slogans during a protest rally in Peshawar, to condemn Sunday's suicide attacks on churches in Lahore March 15, 2015. Bombs outside two churches in the Pakistani city of Lahore killed 14 people and wounded nearly 80 during Sunday services, and witnesses said quick action by a security guard prevented many more deaths. A Pakistani Taliban splinter group claimed responsibility.  REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz (PAKISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)
A man checks footwear left behind at a church after a suicide attack in Lahore March 15, 2015. Bombs outside two churches in the Pakistani city of Lahore killed 14 people and wounded nearly 80 during Sunday services, and witnesses said quick action by a security guard prevented many more deaths. A Pakistani Taliban splinter group claimed responsibility.  REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)

Tears, anger and agony as Lahore bleeds

Protesters took to the streets and families of victims mourned as twin blasts occurred outside two churches in Lahore.
Updated 10 Apr, 2015 11:45am

At least 15 people were killed and more than 70 injured when two Taliban suicide bombers attacked churches in Lahore on Sunday, sparking mob violence in which two other suspected militants died.

Christians gather in front of a church following suicide bombing attacks on churches in Lahore on March 15, 2015.— AFP
Christians gather in front of a church following suicide bombing attacks on churches in Lahore on March 15, 2015.— AFP
A woman cries at a hospital after her brother was injured in a suicide attack on a church in Lahore.—Reuters
A woman cries at a hospital after her brother was injured in a suicide attack on a church in Lahore.—Reuters
Women attend a protest after twin blast attacks on two churches in Lahore.—Reuters
Women attend a protest after twin blast attacks on two churches in Lahore.—Reuters
Girls mourn over a family member who was killed from a suicide bombing attack near two churches in Lahore.— AP
Girls mourn over a family member who was killed from a suicide bombing attack near two churches in Lahore.— AP
A member of the Pakistani community chants slogans during a protest rally in Peshawar, to condemn Sunday's suicide attacks on churches.— Reuters
A member of the Pakistani community chants slogans during a protest rally in Peshawar, to condemn Sunday's suicide attacks on churches.— Reuters
A man checks footwear left behind at a church after the suicide attack.— Reuters
A man checks footwear left behind at a church after the suicide attack.— Reuters
Paramedics treat a victim of a suicide bomb attack on a church in Lahore.— AFP
Paramedics treat a victim of a suicide bomb attack on a church in Lahore.— AFP
A woman mourns the death of her relative who was killed in a suicide attack on the church in Lahore.— Reuters
A woman mourns the death of her relative who was killed in a suicide attack on the church in Lahore.— Reuters
Protesters burn a cart at a road to protest against the suicide bombing attack on two churches.— AP
Protesters burn a cart at a road to protest against the suicide bombing attack on two churches.— AP
A family mourns over the lifeless body of a boy who was killed in the bombing.— AP
A family mourns over the lifeless body of a boy who was killed in the bombing.— AP
Christian women mourn as they gather at a church damaged from the bombing.— AP
Christian women mourn as they gather at a church damaged from the bombing.— AP
A woman mourns over a family member who was killed from a suicide bombing attack.— AP
A woman mourns over a family member who was killed from a suicide bombing attack.— AP