(Photo Credit: Getty Images) The President of America Joe Biden has condemned the suicide bomb attack on Abbey Gate of the Kabul International Airport in Afghanistan. The unfortunate incident took place on Thursday. The attack was against troops from the United States of America who was sent to assist in the evacuation of Americans and Afghans following the takeover of the Afghanistan Government by the Taliban.
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@Sean Hannity and Donald Trump (Photo Credit: Getty Images) The suicide bomb attack in Abbey Gate at the Kabul International Airport in Afghanistan marks the first American military combat fatalities since February 2020, according to the Wall Street Journal. About 13 US military personnel has been confirmed dead, 60 Afghans also died from the attack while a score of people sustained injury.
It is well-known that Taliban's invasion of Kabul, Afghanistan's capital, signaled the end of the Afghan government and the beginning of Taliban's, but this has caused widespread concern and fear, prompting many Afghans to flee the country via the Kabul International Airport, which did not sit well with the Taliban.
On Monday, a rocket apparently aimed at Kabul International Airport hit a nearby community, on the eve of the longest war period for US troops to withdraw from the country after the Taliban seized Afghanistan. It is unclear if anyone was injured. The rockets did not prevent the continued takeoff and landing of the US military C-17 cargo jets at Hamid Karzai International Airport in the Afghan capital.
After Taliban overtook Afghanistan Government their leader had declared amnesty to everyone in the country promising that nobody will be punished for whatever reason. Taliban leaders asked everyone to go back to their normal lives as well as asked Government workers to return to work, promise was also made that they will not impose some of their beliefs on the Afghan people.
Following the takeover of power by the terror group, Taliban on Sunday, the group has announced its governing pattern. Recalled that the city of Afghanistan was invaded by the terror group on Sunday without security or traffic control. The invasion threw the country into tension as citizens stormed Kabul International Airport in a bid to escape the country.
According to the Pentagon, a huge explosion shook Kabul airport on Thursday, after Western governments warned of an impending terror threat and thousands of passengers waited for a flight out of Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. “We can confirm that there was an explosion outside Kabul International Airport. At this moment, the number of casualties remains unknown.
The Taliban has fired celebratory gunshots in Kabul over the final departure of the western forces from the country. The United States has announced the final termination of its mission in Afghanistan after 20 years of its military mission in the country. According to the report, the US military announced that it has completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan after a 20-year military mission in the country.
The US Department of Defense has captured some US soldiers caring for babies at the Kabul airport in Afghanistan. Photos of American soldiers holding, comforting babies and providing water for some children at the International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, have surfaced online. The photos which has since gone viral were taken at the Kabul International Airport as evacuation exercise continued following the retake of the country by Talibans few days ago.
US air pressure aircraft touched down competently in Qatar the day gone by after sporting greater than 5 instances its counseled load whilst masses of determined Afghan refugees flooded the aircraft. Reach 871, a C-17 Globe master III large navy shipment aircraft utilized by the United States and its allies for the beyond 30 years, flew from Kabul International Airport overdue on Sunday, neighborhood time.
Five people have been killed in chaos at the Kabul International Airport as US troops guarded the evacuation of their Embassy staff. This came after the Taliban seized control of Kabul, the Afghan Capital and declared that the war was over and peace has prevailed. Reports came that the US troops had fired into the air to prevent people from forcing their way onto the military flight set to take US troops and Embassy officials out of the fallen city.