KABUL, Oct 8 (Reuters) – A suicide bomber attacked a mosque in Afghanistan’s northeastern Kunduz province on Friday, killing scores of worshippers in the country’s third attack this week on a religious institution.
Islamic State claimed responsibility for an attack that state-run Bakhtar news agency said had killed 46 people and wounded 143. Two health officials told Reuters the death toll could be between 70 and 80.
Video footage showed bodies surrounded by debris inside the mosque, which is used by the minority Shi’ite Muslim community.
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