epa02498011 A Lebanese Shiite Muslim woman take picture by her phone for a child is covered in blood following a ritual in Al Nabatyeh southern Lebanon, during Ashoura day, 16 December 2010, to mark the commemorate the death of Imam Hussein, grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was beheaded in Karbala, Iraq in 680 AD in a battle over the line of succession to the Prophet Mohammed, and the event is commemorated by Shiites today as the festival of Ashoura. EPA/Hassan Bahsoun
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