Daesh claims responsibility for the attack, the group's news agency Amaq says, without providing evidence.
At least 56 people were killed in the first attack claimed by Daesh on a Shia mosque in Kabul at a time when worshippers gathered for prayers. A separate attack on a Sunni mosque in the central province of Ghor killed at least 33 more.
No-one has claimed responsibility for the Kabul attack that wounded 40 others, and the Taliban has denied they had anything to do with it.
The air strike was called in to support an Afghan Special Forces unit battling attackers who hit Kabul airport, but it suffered a missile malfunction, the NATO-led Resolute Support mission said.
Thousands of hours of footage hidden from the Taliban in Afghanistan will be digitised, introducing young Afghans to their country's rich past.
Leaflets dropped Monday night included an image of a dog carrying the Taliban banner that has verses from the Quran inscribed on it.
The police chief of the Afghan capital said Tuesday's attack appeared to target a branch of the privately owned Kabul Bank, near the US Embassy. Separately, at least 13 civilians died in an Afghan air strike targeting the Taliban in Herat Province.
At least 43 were killed and dozens injured when a suicide bomber detonated himself at the gate of a Shia mosque in the Afghan capital Kabul as worshippers were at prayers on Friday. It is the second Daesh attack on a Shia mosque this month.
The number of dead or wounded in Afghanistan remains at record levels, but the European Union is deporting refugees to Afghanistan under the pretext that the country is "post-conflict". The EU's policy is immoral, cruel, and disingenuous.
More than 5,000 civilians casualties recorded in insurgent attacks in Afghanistan in first half of 2017, with at least 1,662 civilians killed and 3,581 wounded.
The Al Zahra mosque is used by Kabul's Shia minority which was targeted in the past as well. Afghan Interior Ministry has called it a "terrorist attack". Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack in which ten people were wounded as well.
The UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan and pointed out that there is no military solution for war in the country but only "peace is the solution for the problem."
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