Kabul Airport: 13 killed in blasts outside , fear of suicide attack

Kabul airport Explosion News: There have been two consecutive explosions outside Kabul airport in Afghanistan. So far 13 people are reported to have died in the blast. At the same time, many people have been injured. Children are also among those killed. According to media reports, the attack is being feared to be suicide. The news agency Reuters has given this information quoting the Taliban.

Earlier, US Defense Department spokesman John Kirby said that we can confirm the explosion outside Kabul airport. However, the number of casualties is not clear at this time. Let us tell you that at present Kabul Airport is under the control of American forces.

It is known that since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, thousands of Afghans are trying to leave the country and have gathered at the airport for the past several days. Western countries feared an attack.

The Americans in Afghanistan were being warned to stay away from Kabul airport due to threats related to the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group. Many American reports claimed that ISIS could conduct a fidayeen terrorist attack in Afghanistan.

At the same time, the British government also warned on Thursday that there are “very credible” intelligence reports of an “imminent” attack by Islamic State (IS or ISIS) terrorists targeting people gathered at Kabul airport in Afghanistan.

US President Joe Biden also criticized attacks in Afghanistan by ISIS-K, ISIS-K, when US President Joe Biden announced earlier this week the decision to refuse to extend the deadline for US-led NATO forces to leave Afghanistan until August 31. was suspected to have been done.

British Armed Forces Minister James Happy told the BBC on Thursday that there is “very credible” intelligence that the Islamic State is planning to launch an attack on people who have gathered at Kabul airport in an attempt to leave Afghanistan.

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