May 28th, 2010
09:02 AM ET

At least 47 killed in Lahore attacks

Islamabad, Pakistan - Bombing attacks in Pakistan targeting houses of worship for a persecuted religious minority have killed at least 47 people, officials said on Friday. The strikes took place at two mosques in Lahore belonging to the Ahmadi religious group. FULL POST

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May 28th, 2010
08:52 AM ET

Home and Away: The fallen in Afghanistan

CNN has tracked the casualties since the wars began in Afghanistan and Iraq; a new feature to the site tracks service members' hometowns against a map of where they died in Afghanistan. The feature also highlights memories of the fallen by friends and families.

Eupora, Mississippi. Waskatenau, Canada. Hemingford, Nebraska. Hungry Horse, Montana. Gressvik, Norway. Allegany, New York. Bad Saulgau, Germany. Los Lunas, New Mexico.

From all parts of the world and from every U.S. state, more than 1,700 U.S. and coalition troops have died in Afghanistan, according to a CNN count. As the U.S. observes Memorial Day on Monday, explore's Home and Away, sharing your messages or memories and discovering the individual stories of the fallen.

Discover people like Ashton Lynn Marie Goodman from Indianapolis, Indiana. The senior airman died about a year ago when a roadside bomb exploded near Bagram Airfield. She was 21. FULL POST

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