Relatives are burying the victims of the terror attacks at two mosques of the minority Ahmadi community in Pakistan's eastern city of Lahore.
The death toll from the coordinated raids on May 28 is more than 90 people, with more than 100 wounded. Police today blamed the Pakistani Taliban for the attacks.
Ahmadis are considered heretics by many Muslims and have been officially declared non-Muslims by Pakistan's government because of their beliefs.
The United States and European Union have led international condemnation of the killings.
compiled from agency reports