Afghan boys walks at the site of a suicide bomb attack near a Shiite mosque in Kabul on September 29, 2017. (AFP / NOORULLAH SHIRZADA)
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At least 72 people were killed when suicide bombers blew themselves up in two separate mosque attacks in Afghanistan Friday, officials said, capping a bloody week in the war-torn country.In the first attack, on a Shiite mosque in the Afghan capital Kabul, at least 39 people including women and children were killed and 45 others wounded when a suicide bomber exploded as worshippers gathered for evening prayer.The attacks cap one of the bloodiest weeks in Afghanistan in recent memory, with more than 120 people killed and hundreds more wounded in four separate Taliban attacks on police and military bases.
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