Afghanistan: Kabul Airport To Be Attacked Again - Joe Biden.

Thursday's attack killed 170 people, including 13 U.S. soldiers.


US President Joe Biden has warned of another possible attack on Kabul's Afghan airport.

He said his commanders had informed him that an attack had been planned, possibly on Sunday.

However, the United States has continued to evacuate its troops before the deadline set by the Taliban expires on Tuesday.


Earlier, Britain announced the withdrawal of its troops from Kabul and other diplomatic missions.

There are fears of a repeat of Thursday's suicide bombing at Kabul's airport, which killed 170 people, including 13 U.S. soldiers.


The Islamic State group, which is loyal to the Taliban, has claimed responsibility for the attack.

In response, the United States launched a drone strike in Afghanistan's eastern province of Nangahar on Friday, killing several IS-K fighters it said were preparing the group for an attack. .


So far more than 110,000 people, including Afghans and foreigners, have been evacuated in two weeks.

According to Mr Biden "the attack is not the last, and we will continue to hunt down anyone involved in this heinous attack."


There was no immediate word on whether the nails were involved in Thursday's attack.


The White House says the few days left to complete the flight are the most dangerous since the project began.

So far more than 110,000 people, including Afghans, Americans troops and foreigners, have been evacuated in two weeks.

Considering that the chances of escaping by plane are dwindling, many have begun to attempt to leave Afghanistan via the border with Pakistan.



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