2 top ISIS leaders killed in US drone strike in Kabul.
ISIS has carried out a series of bombings in Kabul. The Pentagon has confirmed that it killed two of the top ISIS leaders in the attack.
It is known that these were the masterminds of the explosion at the Kabul airport. In an official statement, US Major General William Taylor said: ‘I am sure.
The US military says two of the top ISIS leaders were killed in a drone strike. Another was injured. The Pentagon also said there were no reports of civilian casualties.
Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said reports of attacks on US troops in Afghanistan for several days.
However, Washington stands firm that it will withdraw US troops from Kabul before August 31.
In the wake of the militant attack on the Kabul airport, US President Joe Biden warned that the attack would be “costly.” Since then, the United States has launched a drone strike against ISIS strongholds.
Sources said the United States carried out a drone strike against the Islamic State of Khorasan on Friday.
The US military says a car bomb exploded at an Iraqi police recruitment center in Kisak, west of Kabul.
More than 100 people were killed in an explosion at the Kabul airport on Thursday. Among them were 13 American soldiers.
After the incident, US President Joe Biden said: ‘We will not forget anything, we will not forgive. We will find him and respond to this attack.
Biden had tears in his eyes as he spoke about the explosion at the Kabul airport. He gave a clear message that the militants could never stop us, and neither could they.
The guilty will be found and punished. The drone attack came 48 hours after Biden’s comments.
Meanwhile, the Taliban have seized part of Kabul’s international airport, said Bilal Karimi, a spokesman for the militant group.
However, the Pentagon has rejected that claim. The main entrance to the Kabul airport is still under US military surveillance, the Pentagon said.
However, a Taliban spokesman claimed that the Americans had evacuated three significant parts of the Kabul airport. And now it is in the hands of the Taliban. There are still Americans in a small amount.
Whenever they leave, we will take full possession of the Kabul airport. And wait a while.
However, a Pentagon spokesman, John Kirby, denied the allegations. Any airport operation is in the hands of the US military.
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