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Major bomb blast in Afghan mosque, 27 soldiers killed

There has been a major attack once again in Afghanistan on Friday. It killed 27 people, while 57 people were injured. This attack was aimed at targeting Afghan security forces. At present, no terrorist organization has taken responsibility for the attack.

There has been a major attack once again in Afghanistan on Friday. It killed 27 people, while 57 people were injured. This attack was aimed at targeting Afghan security forces. At present, no terrorist organization has taken responsibility for the attack.

The terrorist attacks in Afghanistan, who are scared of the civil war, are not taking the name of the halt. On Friday, the mosque blast located on Afghan military base in East Khost province of Afghanistan was shocked. The blast took place when the Friday prayer was being offered in the mosque on Friday. In this blast, 27 soldiers were killed, while 57 soldiers were injured. A spokesman for Afghan military told this.

Earlier, Khost province governor spokesman Taliban Mangal said, "At least 9 people have been killed and 22 injured in this blast, but it has not been confirmed by its military officials." According to AFP, no terrorist organization has taken responsibility for the attack so far. The military base in which the explosion was located is located in the Taliban-dominated area.

Earlier on 20 November Kabul, Afghanistan's capital, was a major explosion, in which at least 40 people were killed, while 60 were seriously injured. It was a suicidal explosion. It was attacked by targeting a meeting of the Ulema Council organized in a marriage hall on the occasion of birthday of Prophet Mohammed.

Afghanistan's Defense Ministry spokesman Gafur Ahmad Javed said that the injured people have been sent to a hospital in the provincial capital Khost, while four other helicopters have been dispatched to bring Kabul to others. It is not clear whether there were so many people in the mosque or what kind of explosion it was at the time of the blast.


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