More than 100 killed in Nigeria mosque bomb blasts
More than 102 people were killed in an attack on the central mosque in the city of Kano in Nigeria.
A mortuary attendant said he counted over 102 dead bodies inside the mortuary on Friday after the multiple explosions at the mosque.
"I was asked to be counting those deposited and I counted over 102 dead bodies before I was asked to stop," he said.
The death toll is higher because more bodies were taken to another hospital.
Hundreds had gathered in the mosque on Friday to listen to a sermon in a region terrorised by Boko Haram.
After the blasts, hundreds of angry youths took to the streets to riot, throwing stones at security officials. Witnesses said smoke could be seen from a long distance away.