ISIS claims liability for rocket attack near Kabul airport.
ISIS claimed responsibility for Monday’s rocket attack near Kabul airport. The militant group said its forces fired six Katyusha rockets at Kabul international airport, according to news sources.
US military officials said Monday morning that five rockets were fired at the airport. The US Army’s missile defense system intercepted five missiles.
News sources claimed that they heard several rockets near the Kabul airport. It was not immediately clear who carried out the attack.
Finally, ISIS claims that they carried out the attack. However, It did not make any casualties in the attack.
A security guard stationed near the airport in the morning claimed that a car was suddenly hit by the rocket.
A video of the incident was also seen on social media. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving office.
However, the White House also sealed off the rocket attack on the Kabul airport.
US President Joe Biden has instructed that the rescue operation not be stopped in any way.
Earlier on Sunday night, a large explosion occurred in Kabul. Two people were also killed in the explosion.
Meanwhile, the explosion was caused by a rocket. A house was also damaged in the attack. A video of that rocket attack surfaced on social media.
According to a Russian media report, the explosion took place near the Kabul airport.
On the other hand, the United States is about to complete the process of withdrawing its troops from the Afghan capital, Kabul, within another 24 hours.
But the US military faces one attack after another before the deadline. As a result, the panic of the citizens of Kabul is increasing.
On Saturday, US President Joe Biden said the next 24 to 36 hours were “extremely dangerous.”
ON SUNDAY, the US National Security Agency (NSA) warned US citizens to evacuate the area around Kabul International Airport.
The United States has made it clear to its citizens that they should not travel to or from the airport at this time.
Joe Biden plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan on August 31.
However, the United States has said that it has also prepared “Plan B.” However, the Taliban said August 31 was the deadline.
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