A Shia militia member reacts in the chaos following a bomb attack in Baghdad, one of three that shook the Iraqi capital on Sunday.
Passers-by in the Shia district of Sadr City doused the flames with buckets of water after near-simultaneous blasts targeted two markets.
Some mines failed to explode, but the blasts were sufficient to claim dozens of lives.
Emergency services sealed off the Ula and Kayara markets. "People were torn to pieces," said one witness.
A man wounded in one of the blasts lies in a Baghdad hospital after being treated for his injuries.
In a hospital morgue, relatives of the dead mourn their loved ones and relay the news over the phone.