Afghan officials say 25 killed in Kabul attack on Sikhs. Photo-ANI
At least 25 civilians were killed and 8 were wounded in a terror attack on a Gurudwara in the capital of Afghanistan, Kabul.
The attack on Wednesday was claimed by the ISIL (ISIS) armed group.
The Interior Ministry says IS gunmen rampaged through a Sikh place of worship, called Gurudwara, in the heart of the Afghan capital on Wednesday.
It says that the gunmen held many of the worshippers hostage for several hours as Afghan special forces, helped by international troops, tried to clear the building.
Afghan special forces confirmed that all four gunmen were killed.
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