A Taliban official says a bombing at a mosque and spiritual college in northern Afghanistan on Friday killed no less than 33 individuals, together with college students of a spiritual college.
Zabihullah Mujahid tweeted information of the devastating bombing within the city of Imam Saheb, in Kunduz Province, saying it additionally wounded one other 43 individuals, a lot of them college students.
Nobody instantly claimed duty for the bombing, however Afghanistan’s ISIS affiliate on Thursday claimed a sequence of bombings, the worst of which was an assault on a Shia mosque in northern Mazar-e-Sharif that killed no less than 10 Shia Muslim worshippers and wounded scores extra.
For the newest headlines, observe our Google Information channel on-line or by way of the app.
Earlier, the Kunduz provincial police spokesman put the dying toll on the mosque and madrassa compound in Imam Saheb at two useless and 6 injured.
Mujahid later tweeted the upper casualty numbers tweeting “we condemn this crime… and categorical our deepest condolences to the victims.”
Friday’s bombing is the newest in a sequence of lethal assaults throughout Afghanistan.
Mujahid known as the perpetrators of the Kunduz assault “seditionists and evil components.”
Seven Afghan males flogged on Taliban-run Supreme Courtroom order
Explosions rock boys’ college in Kabul, killing no less than six: Officers
Afghanistan dying toll in ‘Pakistan strikes’ rises to no less than 47: Officers
See also Russia may goal UK diplomats in Ukraine capital after British minister backs of bombing Russia