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Deadly Bombing Strikes Mosque in Kuwait During Ramadan

Deadly Bombing Strikes Mosque in Kuwait During Ramadan

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A suicide bomber has killed at least 24 and injured dozens at a Shiite Mosque in Kuwait.

The bombing, which occurred on the ninth day of Ramadan during Friday prayers, struck the Imam Sadiq Mosque in a busy district.

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Photographs circulating on social media show bloody scenes and destruction following the bombing.

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Terror attacks are rare in Kuwait. So far, ISIS has claimed responsibility.

This story is developing.

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