In photos: Students respond to deadly blasts with music

2013-01-17

The deadly blast on Wednesday, January 16 which targeted the Azadi compound on Atlas street which resulted in hundreds of casualties, also caused severe damage to the surrounding buildings and establishments including the Kirkuk Institute of Fine Arts, which left a number of students injured and the building severely damaged. The students of the institute played pieces of music in the rubble as the sign of continuity and their faithfulness to their institute. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" orderby="title"] Kirkuk Now – Hawlati

In photos: Students respond to deadly blasts with music
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