Authorities have detained the driver of the vehicle that took a suicide bomber to a Shia mosque in Kuwait city.
Twenty seven people were killed in the attack, according to the governor of Kuwait City, when the bomber blew himself up in the packed Imam al-Sadeq Mosque during Friday prayers.
The interior ministry said the driver of the Japanese-made car, who left the mosque immediately after Friday's bombing, was an illegal resident called Abdul-Rahman Sabah Aidan, KUNA reported.
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