Workers cleaned up Kabul's Shiite Muslim mosque in the Afghani capital, Saturday, following two deadly attacks on mosques in Kabul and the central province of Ghor a day earlier. At least 32 people were killed in an attack on the Imam Zaman mosque in Kabul's Dasht-e-Barchi district. The precise death toll remains unclear as the dead and the wounded were loaded onto ambulances and taken to... Еще local hospitals. Civic education teacher at Marefat high school, located in the vicinity of the mosque, noted that some «31 dead corpses have been collected from the spot here. And when we went to the hospitals, there were lots of these wounded. They were about to die or they have already died in the hospitals in all these neighbouring areas.» A further 10 people lost their lives in an attack on a Sunni mosque in central province of Ghor, with some media putting the number of casualties at 33. The self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS; formerly ISIS/ISIL) has claimed responsibility on the Imam Zaman mosque attack.