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Afghans carry coffins of victims of Tuesday's bomb attack against Shiite Muslims, during a funeral ceremony in Kabul on Dec. 7, 2011. Hundreds of Shiite Muslims attended the funeral ceremony, saying the victims had died in the name of the Prophet Mohammad because they were killed at a Muslim ceremony.
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Men cry as they bury their relatives, victims of a bomb attack against Shiite Muslims, at the Kart-E Sakhi cemetery in Kabul on Dec. 7, 2011.
At a funeral ceremony on Wednesday for victims of rare sectarian attacks which killed 59 people the previous day, hundreds of Shiite Muslims bore aloft the bodies of the dead, chanting that because they had been killed at a Muslim ceremony, they had died in the name of the Prophet Mohammad.
"We were sacrificed for you," they shouted. Read the full story.
An American was among those killed in the attacks on Tuesday, U.S. officials in Kabul said.
In a separate incident on Wednesday, 19 civilians were killed when a minibus struck a roadside bomb in Helmand province.
Previously on PhotoBlog: Worshippers run for their lives seconds after blast at Afghan shrine.