The death toll has risen to 100 people after a mosque suicide bombing which targeted policemen in the city of Peshawar in Pakistan.
The mosque is within a high-security zone and an investigation is under way into how the bomber got in.
The attack, one of Pakistan's bloodiest in years, has left scores more injured.
A Pakistani Taliban claim to have carried out the bombing was later denied by the militant group, which blamed it on a splinter faction.
In the past the Pakistani Taliban have refrained from claiming some attacks on mosques, schools or markets because they say they are at war with security forces and not the Pakistani people, but many doubt such denials.
Rescuers scrambled to retrieve worshippers buried in the rubble yesterday, pulling out nine people alive but recovering more of the dead.
Meanwhile, funerals have been carried out for more than 20 police officers, their coffins draped with the Pakistan flag.
Most of the dead were members of the security forces.
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