No group has claimed responsibility but the government accused Taliban insurgents of being behind it.
Govt official says there were multiple blasts from explosives placed inside the mosque in Nangarhar province.
"Civilian casualties are totally unacceptable," says the UN’s special representative in Afghanistan.
About 20 children were wounded by flying glass, says govt spokesperson.
Editorial: Afghan Taliban must cut off links with militant groups if they seek legitimate political status
The Taliban must reconsider their approach to sheltering foreign militants.
Apparently, the Taliban have not yet worked out a post-peace deal strategy.
Murder, injuries and rape: UN report says 14,000 grave violations against Afghan kids took place in 4 years
Child casualties during past four years increased by 82 per cent.
Delegation discusses regional situation, Afghan peace process and other issues of mutual interest.
Arrangements being finalised for Taliban delegation's meeting with Foreign Minister Qureshi: Foreign Office.
The trip follows voting in the Afghan presidential elections held on Sept 28.
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid says the insurgents have overrun the district.
Editorial: In a society as complex as Afghanistan, there no alternative for power-sharing except elections
The Taliban are doing no service to Afghanistan by attacking voters.
During the 2014 presidential vote, Taliban fighters cut off the fingers of at least six voters.
Despite a lack of credible polling, Ashraf Ghani is widely perceived as the overall favourite.
At least two dead as insurgents attack polling centres in a series of blasts and clashes across the country.
An Afghan official says the raid was against “a foreign terrorist group engaged in organising terrorist attacks”.
"Pakistan by joining the US after 9/11 committed one of the biggest blunders," says Imran Khan at CFR.
The meeting comes after Trump’s eleventh-hour cancellation of the negotiations between the US and the Taliban.
No one immediately claimed responsibility for Friday’s blast in Spin Boldak district.
On Wednesday, a drone attack killed 30 civilians and injured 40 others, according to Afghan provincial officials.
Afghans are hopeful that the elections will lead to the second peaceful transfer of power in their history.
The Taliban say the target was a nearby government intelligence department building.
The attack left at least four people killed and a dozen others injured.
"To our regret a few countries refused to keep the text of consensus previously agreed," says China’s UN ambassador.
Monday’s death is the 17th US combat death in Afghanistan this year, according to the Pentagon’s count.
Fighting has picked up in several parts of Afghanistan after US president’s abrupt cancellation of the Doha talks.
The move comes as the militant group looks to bolster regional support, with visits also planned for other countries.
There is no immediate indication as to whether and when these peace negotiations might resume.
Editorial: The Trump administration should know better than to look for quick-fix solutions to the Afghan war
Calling off the talks will hardly lead to the change in the current situation that the Americans are hoping for.
Signs are process of reconciliation will continue.