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US airstrike takes out ‘imminent ISIS-K threat’ in Kabul


A US airstrike took out an “imminent ISIS-K threat” to the Kabul airport Sunday as officers race towards the clock to wrap up evacuation attempts in Afghanistan, US defense officers claimed.

The drone strike efficiently knocked out a motor vehicle packed with a “substantial volume of explosive product,” Capt. Monthly bill City, spokesman for the US Central Command, reported in a statement.

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“U.S. armed service forces done a self-defense unmanned over-the-horizon airstrike today on a motor vehicle in Kabul, eradicating an imminent ISIS-K danger to Hamad Karzai Worldwide airport,” Urban explained. “We are confident we successfully strike the target.”
It is unclear whether or not there were civilian casualties.

Meanwhile, there were being stories that a rocket struck a community just northwest of the airport, killing a baby. The Taliban in the beginning described the rocket assault as a individual incident but witnesses described listening to only just one substantial blast Sunday in the cash metropolis.

The US airstrike is the 2nd given that Friday and will come as officials wind down the historic evacuation of tens of thousands Individuals and Afghan allies from Hamid Karzai Worldwide Airport in advance of the Tuesday’s deadline to withdraw.

Rocket strike aftermath.
The rocket fireplace arrives as the US winds down a historic airlift that observed tens of countless numbers evacuated from Kabul’s international airport.
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On Thursday, a suicide assault left far more than 180 people — together with 13 US servicemen — dead at the airport on Thursday. And President Biden on Saturday warned that yet another assault could be imminent. 

Following final week’s blast, the Taliban improved stability all-around the airfield and the United Kingdom halted its evacuation flights.

Man throwing water on roof after rocket strike.
Chaos has engulfed Kabul considering that the Taliban took about two weeks in the past.
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The US’s military cargo flights ongoing their operates into the airport Sunday, in advance of President Biden’s Tuesday deadline to withdraw all troops.

With Publish wires



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