Families are holding funerals for more than 50 people killed when a roof collapsed during a wedding celebration in a remote area of northern Afghanistan.
Nearly all the dead buried Thursday were women and children.
Associated Press television pictures from the scene showed bodies being carried on makeshift stretchers wrapped in brightly colored cloth. Teams of police walked through the mud brick rubble and protruding beams of the ruined house.
Provincial police chief Sayed Zamanuddin Hussaini says the exact casualties are still unclear but at least 50 were killed and more than 60 wounded.
Police earlier had said 65 had died.
The house in a remote area of Baghlan province was overcrowded with wedding guests when it collapsed Wednesday.