2 Killed And Dozens Wounded In Afghan Mosque Blast

Afghanistan-recent-brutal-attacks

Afghan Mosque Blast – At least two people were killed and 20 others sustained injuries as a mine planted by militants on a mosque in the eastern Ghazni province went off Friday, provincial government spokesman Aref Nuri said Saturday. (Xinhua/Sayed Mominzadah)

GHAZNI, Afghanistan, July 6 (Xinhua) — At least two people were killed and 20 others sustained injuries as a mine planted by militants on a mosque in the eastern Ghazni province went off Friday, provincial government spokesman Aref Nuri said Saturday.

See also  China-made Electric Buses Joins Cali, Colombia Mass Transit System

The bloody blast, according to the official, happened Friday evening when the worshipers were inside a mosque in provincial capital Ghazni city, killing two persons on the spot and injuring 20 others, some in critical condition.

All the victims were civilians, the official further said.

Although, no group has claimed responsibility, the locals don’t rule out the involvement of the militant groups, saying the Taliban or the rival Islamic State outfit “could be behind the terrorist attack as both the groups had claimed responsibility for such bombings in mosques in the past.

Next
Previous

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.