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NEARLY 33 PEOPLE KILLED IN MOSQUE BLAST IN AFGHANISTAN: SAYS TALIBAN

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This terrific scene comes from the Kunduz of Northern Afghanistan where a blast broke out of a mosque and took the lives of about 33 people on Friday, as stated by a spokesperson of the Taliban.

NEARLY 33 PEOPLE KILLED IN MOSQUE BLAST IN AFGHANISTAN: SAYS TALIBAN
NEARLY 33 PEOPLE KILLED IN MOSQUE BLAST IN AFGHANISTAN: SAYS TALIBAN

“In Imam Sahib district of Kunduz, the blast popped out which led to the death of 33 civilians in total which sadly involved children as well.” Zabihullah Mujahid, the government-based spokesman tweeted.

The blast affected Mawlai Sikander Mosque which is situated in the Northern area of the city Kunduz, says Obaidullah Abedi, the provincial police spokesman.

Since the photographs posted on social media could not be assessed in less time, shows pit-type holes which may have blown beyond the walls of the Mosque.

“This horrifying blast occurred while people were assembled to worship.” An eyewitness marked this statement to AFP over the phone call. “There seemed to be normality, yet somewhat 30 to 40 people got severely injured and a few of them died.”

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This predictably took place a day later when the group of Islamic states broke out the news of a bomb attack at a Shiite Mosque in the Northern part of Mazar-i-sharif that led to the death of around 12 people and 58 were estimated to have been intensely hurt.

NEARLY 33 PEOPLE KILLED IN MOSQUE BLAST IN AFGHANISTAN: SAYS TALIBAN
NEARLY 33 PEOPLE KILLED IN MOSQUE BLAST IN AFGHANISTAN: SAYS TALIBAN

A whole different attack was also reported in the city of Kunduz where 4 people died and 18 got bruised.

On Friday, the Taliban stated that they have the ‘mastermind’ under under-arrest. Speaking of Thursday’s invasion at the Mosque in Mazar-i-sharif.

In separate incidents, five children were killed Friday in northern Afghanistan’s Faryab Province while playing with unexploded ordnance. In one incident, three brothers died when they found an unexploded device and tried to dismantle it.

In the second incident in another village, two children, ages 7 and 8, were killed playing with a device, said Shamsullah Mohammadi, Faryab provincial information and culture head.

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