Kabul (IP) - Plane carrying Iranian humanitarian aid for the Kunduz mosque blast victims arrived in Afghanistan on Tuesday.

Iran PressAsia: Iran embassy in Kabul announced that a plane carrying humanitarian aid to the injured and the families of the martyrs of the terrorist attack on the Shiite mosque in Kunduz included medicine and medical items arrived in Kabul.

The Shiite Grand Mosque in Seyedabad, Kunduz province, was attacked by terrorists on October 8, killing more than 100 worshipers and injuring 200 others.

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The ISIS franchise in Afghanistan, which calls them the "Islamic State in Khorasan (ISIS-K) terrorist group, has claimed responsibility for the attack.

Last week, Iran's fifth shipment of humanitarian aid, weighing 50 tons, including food, medicine, blankets, and other necessities, arrived in Kabul.


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