Afghan Schoolgirls Laid To Rest After Bombing That Killed Dozens
More than 50 people were killed by a bomb attack outside a girls school in the Afghan capital, and at least 150 were injured. Most of the victims were young students. The explosions on May 8 took place in a neighborhood that is home to Shi'a from the Hazara ethnic minority, which has been targeted in the past by Islamic State and Taliban militants. Victims from the attack were laid to rest on May 9.