At least 19 people died in the explosion in the madrasah

Fri, 2 Dec 2022 11:30 GMT
The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) announced that at least 19 people were killed in a violent explosion in a madrasah.
At least 19 people died in the explosion in the madrasah

In the statement made on UNAMA's Twitter account, the data obtained regarding the explosion that took place in the Jihadiye Madrasa of Aybek, the central district of Samangan province, were shared.

It was announced that at least 19 people lost their lives and 23 people were injured in the explosion as a result of the UNAMA teams' investigations, and that at least 20 of these people were students receiving religious education in the madrasah.

Abdul Nafi Takor, spokesman for the Ministry of Interior of the Taliban interim government, announced to the press that 10 people lost their lives.

No one has claimed responsibility for the explosion yet.

Bloody explosions occurred
After the Taliban came to the administration of Afghanistan on August 15, 2021, bomb attacks were carried out in many provinces in the country, in which many people lost their lives.

53 people, 46 of whom were high school girls, were killed in the attack on an educational institution that prepared high school students for university entrance exams in the Shiite Hazara neighborhood of Deşt-i Berçi on the west of Kabul on 30 September.

While many attacks in the country were claimed by the terrorist organization ISIS, the attack targeting young girls was not claimed by any organization.

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