At least 62 people have been killed and dozens injured by a bomb during Friday prayers at a mosque in Afghanistan, according to a provincial spokesman, the BBC reports.
The force of the blast, in eastern Nangarhar province, destroyed the building’s roof, eyewitnesses said.
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.
The blast came the day after the UN said the number of civilian deaths in the war-torn country had reached unprecedented levels over the summer.
According to the UN, 1,174 civilians were killed between July and September, the deadliest quarter since UN records began a decade ago.