Terror struck Kabul airport on Thursday as thousands of Afghans and foreigners clamoured to flee the country, more than a week after Taliban took control of the capital.
- Up to 60 dead in Kabul airport blasts as airlift deadline looms: BBC
- The Pentagon confirmed that 12 US service members were killed in the blasts, with a further 15 wounded.
- The blast is suspected to have been carried out by Islamic State’s Khorasan unit.
- US Military Central Commander General McKenzie says the US are prepared to take action against those responsible for Kabul attacks.
- He added about 1,000 US citizens are still believed to be in Afghanistan.
- US expects Islamic State will attempt more attacks in Kabul: Pentagon general
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