Residents of a remote village in northern Afghanistan have begun burying their dead, a day after a massive explosion at an ammunition dump killed at least 29 people.
The blast Monday wiped out an entire neighborhood in a village in Baghlan province, including the house of a warlord to whom the weapons cache belonged.
The commander was in a nearby town at the time of the incident, but some of his family members were killed in the explosion.
Police and local rescue teams were digging through the rubble today (Tuesday), searching for possible survivors. Afghan authorities ordered an investigation into the cause of the blast.