The blast took place near the Wazir Akbar Khan mosque which, in 2020, was struck by a bomb that killed two people, including the mosque's prayer leader.
Afghanistan blast: The explosion took place during evening prayers, killing and injuring a number of worshipers.
The earthquake registered at a depth of 10 km, UN humanitarian agency United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said.
Another explosion hit a mosque in Kabul on Wednesday evening, a spokesman for the capital's commander said, adding at least two people were injured.
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An explosion has been reported near Kabul airport in Afghanistan, reports said on Thursday. According to latest inputs, the blast was heard near Abbey Gate of the airport. Meanwhile, firing was also heard around the blast site. Several people are feared to be injured in the incident.
A bombing in the Afghan capital on Wednesday targeted the convoy of the country’s first vice president, killing 10 people and wounding more than a dozen others, including several of the vice president’s bodyguards, the Interior Ministry said.
A roadside mine blast in Afghanistan's Kandahar province on Thursday left four civilians dead and six others injured, according to Kandahar Police. The explosion occurred in Panjwai district of the province after a civilian vehicle struck a roadside mine, local media reported.
At least 7 people were killed and seven others were injured in a car bomb explosion in the PD15 area of Kabul on Wednesday morning, said an Interior Ministry spokesman Nasrat Rahimi.
The blast caused a plume of grey smoke to rise above the scene in the district. No group has yet claimed responsibility.
Soon after the suicide attack, Parwan province was hit by another blast, which was reported in PD9 Kabul city.
Farah provincial governor Mohammad Shoaib Sabet told The Associated Press that another 15 people were wounded in the latest attack, citing local hospitals and that airstrikes had been carried out against the militant group. Small clashes continued in the city, he said.
The attack took place in Nangarhar province's Kama district where supporters of Abdul Naser Mohmand had gathered to back his campaign for parliamentary elections scheduled for October 20.
No one immediately claimed the attack, but it was likely carried out by the Islamic State group, which was not included in the cease-fire and has clashed with the Taliban in the past.
The blast took place when Afghan security forces tried to dispose of a container full of explosives found in the southern city of Kandahar.
Afghanistan's health ministry has confirmed the casualties in the explosion that took place in the heavily fortified zone of Kabul.