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Nigeria: More than 102 killed in bomb blast at Kano mosque

  • Internally displaced Children who fled their homes following an attack by Islamist militants in North East, Nigeria, run round a soccer ground at a camp in Yola, Nigeria, Friday Nov. 28, 2014.  Some thousands of people have fled their homes in recent times due to Boko Haram attacks. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba )

    Internally displaced Children who fled their homes following an attack by Islamist militants in North East, Nigeria, run round a soccer ground at a camp in Yola, Nigeria, Friday Nov. 28, 2014. Some thousands of people have fled their homes in recent times due to Boko Haram attacks. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba )  (The Associated Press)

  • In this photo taken Friday, Nov. 28, 2014, Nigerian police inspect the site of an explosion in Kano, Nigeria. Multiple explosions tore through the central mosque in Nigeria's second-largest city on Friday, killing 35 people, police said. Hundreds gathered to listen to a sermon in the region terrorized by attacks from the militant group Boko Haram. (AP Photo/Muhammed Giginyu)

    In this photo taken Friday, Nov. 28, 2014, Nigerian police inspect the site of an explosion in Kano, Nigeria. Multiple explosions tore through the central mosque in Nigeria's second-largest city on Friday, killing 35 people, police said. Hundreds gathered to listen to a sermon in the region terrorized by attacks from the militant group Boko Haram. (AP Photo/Muhammed Giginyu)  (The Associated Press)

  • People inspect the site of a  bomb explosion at the central mosque, in Kano, Nigeria, Saturday Nov. 29, 2014. More than 102 people were killed in the bomb explosions at the central mosque in Kano, said a hospital worker. A mortuary attendant at the Murtala specialist hospital Kano, Malam Isa Labaran, on Saturday told Associated Press that he counted over 102 dead bodies deposited inside the mortuary on Friday after the multiple explosions at the mosque. (AP Photo/Muhammed Giginyu)

    People inspect the site of a bomb explosion at the central mosque, in Kano, Nigeria, Saturday Nov. 29, 2014. More than 102 people were killed in the bomb explosions at the central mosque in Kano, said a hospital worker. A mortuary attendant at the Murtala specialist hospital Kano, Malam Isa Labaran, on Saturday told Associated Press that he counted over 102 dead bodies deposited inside the mortuary on Friday after the multiple explosions at the mosque. (AP Photo/Muhammed Giginyu)  (The Associated Press)

A hospital worker says more than 102 people were killed in the bomb blast at the central mosque in this city

Mortuary attendant at the Murtala specialist hospital Kano, Malam Isa Labaran on Saturday told Associated Press that he counted over 102 dead bodies deposited inside the mortuary on Friday after the explosion at the mosque. Labaran said the death toll is higher because more bodies were taken to the Nassarawa hospital.