Dozens of civilians and security men are feared dead after a suicide bomber attacked a mosque in Maimana© REUTERS/ Omar Sobhani
MOSCOW, October 26 (RIA Novosti)
Dozens of civilians and security men are feared dead after a suicide bomber attacked a mosque in Maimana, capital of Afghanistan's northern Faryab province on Friday, Pahjwok agency reported.
A suicide attacker detonated his explosive vest while worshippers were leaving the mosque after Eid prayers.
Officials said at least 30 people had died in the attack, the agency reported.
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