The Easter bombing in Pakistan that killed at least 72 people was particularly devastating for one family that reportedly lost 10 members.
"What could be more painful to me than this?" asked Qasim Ali, who is related to many of the victims in the Lahore suicide bombing.
"Almost the whole family has gone," Ali said. "My sister, her husband and daughter were killed. My two daughters and son were wounded."
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He said his nephew Fahad, 10, and his niece Affafa, 18, were injured in the attack and are now at Ali's home, unable to stand because of heavy bandaging on their feet and legs.
"I don't know how I will be able to do anything, to continue at school," Fahad said.