On March 3, gunmen stormed Pakistan’s main court complex in Islamabad and blew themselves up. Eleven people were killed. So many times in the aftermath of suicide bombings and shootings, the victims become nameless, faceless numbers in the tallies of dead and wounded. Muhammed Muheisen attempts to remember the victims through photos showing the families they left behind.
Zebunissa Abdul Rashid, 60, wife of lawyer Rao Abdul Rashid, 72, grieves while sitting on their bed and embracing her husband’s photograph at their house in Islamabad, Pakistan. “I miss his smile, I miss his smell, I miss opening the door for him,” Zebunissa said. Muhammed Muheisen/AP