Hand grenade in Kabul mosque wounds not less than 6

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A hand grenade was thrown into Kabul’s largest mosque as worshippers knelt in afternoon prayer on Wednesday, wounding not less than six individuals, an Afghan police spokesman mentioned.

The rationale for the assault on the 18th century Pul-e-Khishti mosque in the course of Kabul’s previous metropolis was unclear.

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One suspect is in Taliban custody, Kabul police spokesman Khalid Zadran mentioned.

(Taliban officers blamed the assault on thieves attempting to rob the profitable market. (AP/File))

Nobody has claimed duty but it surely was the second grenade assault in lower than every week. On the weekend a grenade was thrown into the middle of a market occupied by money changers, killing one particular person and wounding 59 others.

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Taliban officers blamed the assault on thieves attempting to rob the profitable market.

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