One Afghan soldier was killed and three others were injured in what became known as the North Gate. Kabul Airport, According to information from the German Armed Forces. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a U.S. military base. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
No Saturday Seven people trying to leave Afghanistan crashed into airport gates and died. “Our sincere thoughts are with the families of the seven Afghans who died in the massacre in Kabul,” the British Defense Ministry said in a statement.
After the deadly unrest, the Taliban set up an order and tried to organize queues for entry, according to Reuters. The United States warned on Saturday of the dangers in the region.
A North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) official has reported at least 20 deaths at or around the airport in the past seven days, Reuters reports.
Biden says 28,000 Americans have already been withdrawn from Afghanistan
US President Joe Biden told a news conference on Sunday (22) that the US goal was to “remove all Americans and evacuate Afghan allies.” According to him, 28,000 people were evacuated from the country In August, 11 thousand in 36 hours.
UK Defense Secretary Ben Wallace wrote in a column in the Daily Mail on Sunday that if the US deadline to leave Afghanistan was not extended, there would be no time to evacuate everyone they wanted. Country
“Perhaps the Americans can stay longer, and if they stay, they will have our full support … I always say that no country expels everyone,” Wallace said.
A Taliban leader has blamed the United States for anarchy At the Kabul airport. There, thousands of people are trying to board planes to leave the country. “America, with all its power and means … has failed to bring order to the airport,” said Amir Khan Mutakhi.
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