A mob has burned down several houses belonging to minority Ahmadis in eastern Pakistan, killing a woman and her two granddaughters.
The rioting in the city of Gujranwala of Punjab Province erupted late on July 27 after a sect member was accused of posting blasphemous material on Facebook.
Police said the dead included a 7-year-old girl and her baby sister.
Ahmadis consider themselves Muslim but a Pakistani law adopted in 1974 declared them non-Muslims because they believe in a prophet after Muhammad.
Persecution and killings of religious minorities are common in Pakistan, where hurting the religious sentiments of Muslims can result in a blasphemy charge, punishable by death.