Explosion hits Kandahar Mosque in Afghanistan Kills more than 47

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The We For News reported, a week after a suicide bombing at a mosque in Afghanistan’s Kunduz city killed more than 47 people, an explosion was reported at a mosque in Kandahar on Friday.

According to TOLO news, the explosion occurred during the Friday at the mosque belonging to the Shia community located in the city’s Police District 1 (PD1).

The We For News said, witnesses have claimed that a number of people have been killed in the blast but there was no official confirmation on the casualties.

It mentioned that no group has claimed responsibility for the attack.

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The Islamic State (IS) terror group had claimed responsibility for the Kunduz mosque bombing on October 8.

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Khaama Press reported, the group had announced that the suicide bomber was named Muhammad and was an Uyghur Muslim.

The Kunduz mosque also belonged to the Shia community.

The Taliban-led Afghan government had condemned the attack and pledged to bring the perpetrators to justice.

Source: wefornews