Rocket explosion outside of Kabul Airport

Breaking News: Rocket explosion outside of Kabul Airport, 2 dies. 

A second explosion occurred near Hamid Karzai International. Three days after ISIS-K executed a series, the Kabul airport was empty. 

However, the explosions were deadly. A residential house was hit by the rocket. Khajeh Baghra is located near Kabul airport in the 11th security district. According to Rashid, the Kabul police chief, on Sunday afternoon.

Preliminary reports indicate that two people died, and three more were injured. Both were injured. Witnesses claimed that a girl and a woman were the victims.

So far, no group has claimed responsibility for the rocket attack outside of Kabul airport.

US AIR-STRIKE

Reuters quoted two US officials saying that the United States carried out a military strike in Kabul on Sunday.

According to an official statement, on condition of anonymity to confirm that the attack was targeting terrorists. And it was suspected, ISIS-K militants. 

They claimed that this was initial information. Things may change.

Meanwhile, the Taliban claimed that a US airstrike hit a suicide bomber driving a car that had been stolen. Kabul airport attack on Sunday

At this time, only a few details about the incident are available. There is not much information despite the US military attack near the airport and the rocket attack nearby. However, they appear to be separate incidents.

BIDEN WARNS OF A TERROR ATTACK

The rocket attack comes hours after US President Joe Biden warned of a credible security threat at the Kabul airport. 

Besides, another source said the terrorist attacks were “highly probable” within 24 to 36 hours.

“The situation on the ground remains extremely dangerous, and the threat of terrorist attacks at the airport remains high. Our commanders told me that an attack was very likely in the next 24 to 36 hours.” Joe Biden said hours are essential.

The US State Department did the same. In the meantime, the US official urged all Americans to leave the area immediately due to the threat.

Sunday’s attack follows multiple explosions Thursday in and around the Kabul airport that killed at least 169 Afghans and 13 US service members.

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