A self-murder bomber has killed during slightest 30 people inside a Shia mosque in a Afghan collateral Kabul, officials say.
An watcher told a BBC a stage during a Imam Zaman mosque, in a west of a city, “looks like a front line”.
The assailant is reported to have non-stop glow as worshippers collected for Friday prayers, before detonating a bomb.
No organisation has so distant pronounced it had carried out a attack, though supposed Islamic State (IS) has targeted Shia mosques opposite Afghanistan.
A orator for a Afghan interior method pronounced investigators were operative during a stage to establish a “nature of a explosion,” AFP news group reports.
Friday’s conflict comes only days after military in Kabul pronounced they had arrested a would-be self-murder lorry bomber, averting a vital incident.
In August, some-more than 20 people were killed in a explosve conflict opposite worshippers in Kabul.
A lorry explosve in a Afghan collateral in May killed some-more than 150 people.