At least 90 people, mostly Afghan civilians, and 13 US military personnel have been killed and more than 150 injured due to the devastating twin bomb attacks on the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul BBC reported.
A Taliban official says at least 28 of the Afghan killed were Taliban members.
vacuation of civilians have now been accelerated after the attacks, a Western security official told a global news wire, adding that flights are taking off regularly
US President Joe Biden has sworn revenge on the attackers, saying he would “hunt them down”.
This, as the US warned that more attacks could come, with US commanders saying they were on alert for possible rockets or vehicle-borne bombs targeting the airport, BBC said.