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According to the hospital in the Pakistani city of Peshawar, at least 22 people were killed and 80 injured. This was reported by AP.

Al Jazeera But Agence France-Presse wrote that at least 25 were killed and 140 wounded after the attack.

For most cases, the condition should be stable, according to local newspaper The Express Tribune. According to Reuters, the condition is critical for 10 to 15 people.

– We’ve come dead. Speaking at the local hospital, Mohammad Asim Khan, a spokesman, told AFP it was an emergency.

In a video posted to Twitter, several injured people are helped onto a car-loading platform.

And the news agency “AB” wrote that the bomb exploded in the mosque and caused the explosion.

Several media outlets wrote that the attack may have been a suicide attack.

Photo: Mohamed Sajjad/The Associated Press

Maybe because of a suicide attack

Many media outlets have written that the explosion may have been caused by a suicide attack, but so far no one has claimed responsibility for the attack.

The mosque is located near several police offices in the city, and a number of police officers were there to pray when the attack occurred.

According to what was stated by the officer, Mina Gul Implementation Inside the mosque when the attack took place. He says he heard screaming and screaming after the explosion occurred, and that he doesn’t know how he survived.

Joule estimates the number of people inside the mosque when the blast occurred.

Pakistan mosque bombing

At least 80 others were injured and 22 were killed after the attack on the mosque.

Photo: Mohamed Sajjad/The Associated Press

Another video shared on social media shows the inside of the mosque. Several men walk around the mosque, and a wall appears to have joined in the explosion.

Prayer rugs on the floor covered in dust and broken building remnants.

– Part of the building has collapsed and we believe several people are under it, police Sikandar Khan says.

It was said that the explosion occurred during afternoon prayers in the mosque.

condemns the attack

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan wrote on Twitter that he strongly condemned the attack, which he described as a terrorist attack.

My prayers and condolences to the families of the victims. Khan writes that it is very important that we enhance intelligence and make sure that the police are equipped to confront the terrorist threat.

The current Prime Minister, Shahbaz Sharif, has yet to comment on the incident.

The last time there was a major explosion in Peshawar was in March last year, when a suicide attack on a Shiite mosque in the city killed 56 people.

The Islamic State extremist group then claimed responsibility for the bombing, which was the deadliest in Pakistan since 2018.

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