The gun and bomb attack on the Al Rawdah mosque in the Sinai peninsula during Friday prayers killed at least 305 people, including 27 children.

Burned-out vehicles torched by 25-30 militants during the attack are seen outside Al Rawdah mosque in Bir Al-Abed, Egypt.

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A bomb explosion ripped through the mosque before gunmen opened fire on the worshippers gathered for weekly Friday prayers, officials said.

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Victims were carried on stretchers following the attack.

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Large crowds gathered after the attack to help victims.

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Inside the mosque, bodies of victims were lined up.

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As well as setting cars alight, militants opened fire on worshippers. Empty shells and blood stains from victims could be seen on the floor of the mosque.

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An interior view of the Al Rawdah mosque is seen after the explosion.

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After the attack, Egyptians looked at bodies of victims lying in trucks to try to identify them.

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Relatives of the victims of the mosque assault sit outside the Suez Canal University hospital where victims were taken for treatment.

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Relatives sit outside the Suez Canal University hospital awaiting news.

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Sulieman Awad receives medical treatment at the Suez Canal University hospital in Ismailia, Egypt, on Saturday.

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Burials for victims of the Sinai mosque bombing began on Saturday.

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