Iraqi police and rescue crews are searching through the rubble of a mosque and nearby homes for bodies and possible survivors of a suicide bombing that killed at least 72 people.
The bombing Saturday near a Shi'ite mosque in northern Iraq wounded some 200 people.
The attack near the city of Kirkuk came just 10 days before U.S. forces are scheduled to pull out of Iraq's urban areas.
The suicide bomber set off explosives in a truck as worshippers left a mosque following midday prayers in Taza, a mainly Turkmen town south of Kirkuk. Dozens of homes were destroyed. Medical officials say women and children are among the dead.
No one has claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing.