A breakaway faction of the Taliban has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing in Pakistan.
A spokesperson for the militant group says they deliberately targeted Christians celebrating the Easter holiday, and that more attacks will be coming.
The explosion ripped through a park in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore.
Health officials say 60 people are dead and 91 wounded in a blast near an area where many were celebrating the Easter holidays.
The chief minister of the Punjab province says many of the wounded are in a critical condition. He also announced there will be three days of mourning, with a pledge to bring those involved in the attack to trial.
Local television broadcasts showed chaotic scenes at the park, with people running and carrying wounded children away.