On Thursday, 169 Afghan civilians and 13 US soldiers were killed in a series of explosions outside an airport in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
New Delhi Date. Saturday, August 28, 2021
The US military has launched a major offensive in Afghanistan. In response to the Kabul bombings, the US military has launched an airstrike against IS terrorists. The US military says an unmanned aerial vehicle has bombed an ISIS base in eastern Nangarhar province. The US military says a car bomb exploded at an Iraqi police recruitment center in Kisak, west of Mosul.
The US has ordered evacuation of people from Kabul airport after the airstrike. US fears another terrorist attack at Kabul airport. The Pentagon has claimed responsibility for the attack. The ISIS-K base was attacked with a drone.
BREAKING: US airstrikes targeted Islamic State in Afghanistan in response to a deadly attack on Kabul airport, according to the Pentagon. https://t.co/a2PmPNds94
— Associated Press (@AP) August 28, 2021
169 Afghan and 13 American soldiers killed
At least 169 Afghan civilians and 13 US soldiers were killed on Thursday in a series of bombings outside an airport in the Afghan capital, Kabul. Terrorist organization ISIS-K has claimed responsibility for the suicide attack. However, the US retaliated within 48 hours. The Taliban distanced themselves from the US move.
Biden said – those responsible will not be forgiven
The US has said that it will not forgive those responsible for the attack. President Joe Biden said America will take revenge. The price will have to be paid. However, the US still has no evidence of the complicity of the Taliban and the Islamic State in the attack on the Kabul airport.