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CAIRO, August 30. (Itar-Tass). – The number of victims of the explosion that went off on Friday in Afghanistan’s Kunduz province, has increased to 12 people. About 40 people were injured, according to local media reports.
A representative of local security forces said that the tragedy occurred near a mosque, where a suicide bomber brought the explosive into action.
As a result of the attack, Dashte-Archi district governor Sheikh Sadruddin, his bodyguards and several locals were killed. The injured were rushed to local hospitals, most of them in critical condition.
None of the extremist groups acting in this region has claimed responsibility for the attack yet.