Three Blasts in Kabul Rock Funeral for Politician's Son
Three explosions interrupt the funeral services for a victim of police-clashes at Saturday's anti-government protest in Kabul, Afghanistan.
People carry a coffin during a funeral for Salim Ezadyar, one of four victims from the June 2 protests demanding better security, in Kabul, Afghanistan, June 3, 2017. The victim-- a politician's son-- was killed when anti-government protests erupted after a suicide bomb attack in Kabul's diplomatic quarter on May 31 killed at least 90 people and injured hundreds more.
Today, at least 12 people were killed and 90 more wounded as a series of explosions targeted his funeral. Witnesses reported three blasts and the funeral was reportedly attended by government officials, including members of parliament.
People gathered for funeral services, before any explosions erupt.
Funeral goers break into a run after one of three suicide bombers detonated during the ceremony.
People shout slogans at the scene of the funeral bombings.
Policemen arrive at the site of the blasts.
A wounded man sits in a wheelchair after receiving treatment at an Italian aid organization hospital.
Men look over the belongings of blast victims.
People gather at the scene of the bombings.
Shoes, a hat, and blood stains mark the spots where funeral attendees were killed or injured.
Boys walk away from the site of the three suicide attacks.
An angry Afghan man throws a rock at what was thought to be the remains of one of the attackers.
Afghan relatives push the wheelchair of a wounded man outside an Italian aid organization's hospital following the series of explosions.
An ambulance carries victims away from the site of the blasts.
A survivor of the bombing speaks to a medical professional while being treated.
An injured man receives treatment at a hospital after the blasts.
An injured man leaves the hospital after receiving treatment.