India Death Toll Climbs

    Relatives and family members grieve as the last rites are performed at the body of Swapna Reddy who died at their residence during a bomb blast, at a grave-yard in Hyderabad on February 22, 2013.   Indian police revealed Friday they had been warned of a possible attack by Islamist militants in a bustling shopping area of Hyderabad where twin bombings killed at least 14 people and wounded scores.  AFP PHOTO / Noah SEELAM        (Photo credit should read NOAH SEELAM/AFP/Getty Images)

    Mourners at victim's last rites in Hyderabad on Friday. (Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty)

    The death toll continues to rise following dual explosions in Hyderabad, India, on Thursday. Now at least 16 people have died in two different private hospitals. Families of 14 of the victims have already been reunited with the bodies. The entire country of India has been ordered on general alert for the last two to three days while an investigation into what caused the blasts continues. Many in India believe bombing attacks were to blame, motivated by the hanging of Mohammad Afzal Guru for his involvement in the 2001 attack on Indian Parliament.

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