Thousands of Afghanis remain gathered at Kabul airport, two weeks after the Taliban seized control of the country. Photo: TNS Thousands of Afghanis remain gathered at Kabul airport, two weeks after the Taliban seized control of the country. Photo: TNS
Thousands of Afghanis remain gathered at Kabul airport, two weeks after the Taliban seized control of the country. Photo: TNS

Afghanistan evacuations continue but more attacks feared after death toll from Kabul airport blasts passes 100

  • Thursday’s bombings killed at least 169 Afghans and 13 US troops. The true toll could be higher because bodies may have been taken from the scene
  • The US government has blamed the Afghan affiliate of Islamic State, which is more radical than the Taliban militants who seized power on August 15

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Thousands of Afghanis remain gathered at Kabul airport, two weeks after the Taliban seized control of the country. Photo: TNS Thousands of Afghanis remain gathered at Kabul airport, two weeks after the Taliban seized control of the country. Photo: TNS
Thousands of Afghanis remain gathered at Kabul airport, two weeks after the Taliban seized control of the country. Photo: TNS
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