Bomb kills at least 7 outside mosque in Afghanistan

Delegates attend a gathering of 23 nations the EU U.N. and NATO intended to discuss security and political issues in the country at the Presidential Palace in Kabul Afghanistan Tuesday

Afghanistan's Ministry of Interior Affairs on Tuesday said a terrorist attack targeting the Great Mosque of Herat killed at least seven people and injured 16 others.

Reportedly, a bomb planted in a parked motorcycle went off claiming lives of at least ten persons and leaving another 15 wounded.

More details to follow. Prayers were underway at the mosque at the time of the attack.

A bomb blast was reported in Afghanistan's Herat province on Tuesday evening.

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Officials had put previous estimates of the death toll from the attack at around 90.

But Zabihullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the Taliban, has told the news provider that the group was not involved in the attack.

Just last Wednesday at least 150 people were killed when a truck loaded with explosives detonated in the city near several foreign embassies.

Earlier in the day, another blast shocked Kabul while an global conference on peace process in Afghanistan with the participation of delegates from over 20 countries and worldwide agencies, was underway.