BBC News: The bodies of the 11 children who died in a fire at a Uganda school for the visually impaired have been handed over to their parents.
It follows DNA tests done on parents and children to identify the charred remains, the local NBS television reports.
The dormitory blaze started in the early hours of Tuesday last week. At least 27 children were sleeping inside the building at the Salama School for the Blind.
A funeral service was held on Wednesday at the school that was attended by parents and local leaders.