One person has been killed and seven more wounded in the Western Afghan city of Herat, where two suicide bombers blew themselves up near a Shi'ite mosque, when guards stopped them from entering the Nabi Akram mosque.
The Daesh* terror group has reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack, however no evidence for the claim has yet been provided.
According to Walizada, the injured people have been taken to local hospitals and the death toll may increase.
Photos: Herat reporters page#Afghanistan pic.twitter.com/Eghn7IfYEE— Hadi Sahar (@HadiSahar2) March 25, 2018
2 killid and at least 8 others wounded in attack in western #Herat province of #Afghanistan. pic.twitter.com/3kmL6F6S25— HBABUR (@Humayoonbabur) March 25, 2018
— Shabbir Hussain Turi (@ShabbirTuri) March 25, 2018
DAEŞ, #Afganistan'ın batısındaki #Herat vilayetinde "Şii mabedi" olarak bilinen bir yere canlı bomba saldırısı düzenledi. Ölü/yaralı rakamı hakkında farklı bilgiler var. pic.twitter.com/jPL1fmKzyd— Halid Abdurrahman (@hldabdurrahman) March 25, 2018
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Afghanistan is in a state of political and social turmoil, with government forces fighting the continuing Taliban* insurgency, while other extremist groups, such as Daesh have also expanded their activities both in the country and in neighboring states.
*Daesh (also known as ISIS/ISIL/IS) and Taliban are terrorist groups banned in Russia