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Terrorist group ISIS-K claimed responsibility for deadly double attack on Kabul airport


Kabul Airport Blast: At least 72 people were killed and several others were injured in two suicide attacks near Kabul airport in Afghanistan on Thursday. At the same time, now the terrorist group ISIS-K (ISIS Khorasan) has claimed responsibility for the deadly double attack on Kabul airport.

US President Joe Biden said from the White House about the Kabul attack, ‘We will not forgive the attackers. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and you will have to pay the price. We will rescue American citizens from Afghanistan. We will drive out our Afghan allies and our mission will continue. At the same time, now the terrorist group ISIS-K has claimed responsibility for the deadly double attack on Kabul airport on the group’s Telegram account.

many people died

At the same time, an Afghan official said on condition of anonymity that at least 60 Afghans were killed and 143 others were injured in the attack on the airport. At the same time, according to two US officials, 11 US Marines and a Navy medical personnel have also been killed in the attack. He said that 12 more serving personnel were injured in the attack and the death toll could rise.

intelligence of the attack

At the same time, before this development, the British government warned on Thursday that there are very credible intelligence reports of attacks by Islamic State (IS or ISIS) terrorists targeting people gathered at Kabul airport in Afghanistan. British Armed Forces Minister James Happy said there was “very credible intelligence” that the Islamic State was planning a “soon” attack on people gathered at Kabul airport in an attempt to leave Afghanistan. This information about the blast has come to the fore hours after Western countries feared an attack.

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