At least 50 people have been killed, over the past two days, from lightning strikes, in Bangladesh.
More than 50 people across Bangladesh have died after being struck by lightning in the past two days, police say.
Many of the dead were farmers who were killed as they worked in their paddy fields.
Bangladesh is prone to electrical storms but this year they have been particularly severe.
Experts suggest a general rise in temperatures and deforestation may be factors.
Other victims included two students in the capital, Dhaka, who were struck as they played football, and a teenage boy who died when he went to collect mangoes.