Co-ordinated attacks by
Islamist militants in the northern Nigerian city of Kano on Friday
killed at least 120 people, witnesses and reports say.
Hospitals and mortuaries are struggling to deal with the numbers of killed and injured still arriving.
A series of explosions ripped apart police buildings around the city, which is now under a 24-hour curfew.
The Boko Haram group said they carried out the attacks, which would be their bloodiest assault to date.
Police have so far confirmed only seven deaths, but
eyewitnesses said bodies had been littering the streets and wagons had
been deployed to collect them.