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Four killed, eight wounded in blast at Kabul mosque during Friday prayers

Reuters Friday, 12 June 2020 ()
A blast in a Kabul mosque during Friday prayers killed at least four people and wounded eight, Afghanistan's interior ministry said on Friday, at a time when the country is attempting to move towards peace talks to end 18 years of war.
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At least four people, including prayer leader, killed and many others wounded, says Afghanistan's interior ministry.

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