Islamic State claims responsibility for attack on Shi'ite mosque in Kabul

By REUTERS
October 21, 2017 01:54
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Islamic State has claimed responsibility for an attack on the Imam Zaman mosque in the Kabul's western Dasht-e-Barchi district, which killed at least 39 people, the group said in a statement on Saturday.

The group said in the statement that a suicide bomber had detonated a vest. It did not provide evidence to support its claim.

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