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June 23, 2016 09:04 AM NPT
1. Griefstricken family members await for the arrival of dead bodies of their loved ones from Kabul, Afghanistan at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) on Wednesday.
2. A woman cries inconsolabily after recieving the body of her relative at the TIA.
3. Nepal Army personnel taking out coffins at the TIA before handing them over to the kins of deceaseds.
4. A relative of one of the deceased cries over the coffin, after recieving it at the TIA.
5. Anup Raj Rana, 8, son of Chandra Bahadur Rana, one of the men who lost his life in Kabul bombing, in tears.
6. Father of Mahdusudan Koirala, another victim of the attack, lights his son’s funeral pyre at Pashupati Aryaghat in Kathmandu.
[Photos: Bijay Gajmer, Dinesh Gole / Republica]
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