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Bomb explodes at Afghan mosque during Friday prayers causing multiple injuries and fatalities
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A bomb has exploded inside a mosque in Afghanistan during Friday prayers, leaving multiple people wounded and injured. Initial reports of casualties varied, though it appears at least 15 people were hurt. One Taliban official also said there had been 'fatalities', but did not give a figure. An IED planted inside a mosque in Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, has exploded - wounding at least 15 people and causing 'fatalities', Taliban officials said. It is just the latest in a series of bomb attacks that have targeted Afghani mosques during Friday prayers, aimed at undermining Taliban rule. Many Afghans supported the Taliban returning to power in the belief that the Islamist group would provide greater security. No group has yet claimed responsibility for today's explosion, though Nangarhar province is home territory for ISIS-K - the terror group's Afghan branch. Today's attack appears unusual because locals said the target was a Sunni house of prayer. All previous attacks have hit Shia mosques. ISIS-K is a fundamentalist Sunni group, whose members view Muslims of other sects as apostates and therefore legitimate targets for attacks.