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Iran to supply humanitarian help to victims of Kunduz mosque blast

Iran’s embassy based in Kabul in a Twitter post on Monday, October 11 said that they are willing to send humanitarian aids to the victims of the blast that targeted a mosque in Khan Abad port of Kunduz province.

The embassy said that they are sending a plane full of humanitarian aids to Kunduz province to the families of victims and those who were wounded in the explosion.

The humanitarian aid will include medicines, health materials, and others.

The suicide attack which was conducted by ISIS-K took the lives of over 50 and wounded more than one hundred more on Friday, October 8.

The victims were all Shite Muslims.

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