Blast near Kabul mosque after Friday prayers kills at least fourteen people

SuchTV  |  Sep 23, 2022

The explosion was the latest of a deadly series targeting Friday prayers at mosques in recent months, some of them claimed by Daesh.

"After prayers, when people wanted to come out from the mosque, a blast happened," said Kabul police spokesman Khalid Zadran. "All casualties are civilians.

Italian-NGO run Emergency Hospital said it had received 14 people from the blast, of whom four were dead on arrival.

The explosion took place in Wazir Akbar Khan, an area formerly home to the city's 'green zone', the location of many foreign embassies and NATO, but now controlled by the ruling Taliban.

 

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