US warns of more terror attack at Kabul airport.

A bomb blast appeared over the final phase of a U.S. military airstrip from Kabul on Sunday, with President Joe Biden warning that another attack was possible before the rescue operation could be completed.

More than 112,000 people have fled Afghanistan on a US-led plane since the Taliban regained power two weeks ago, and the operation is approaching despite Western powers claiming that thousands of people could be left behind.

What had previously been a riot and despair turned to blood on Thursday when a suicide bomber from the Islamic State group targeted U.S. troops, preventing large crowds from entering the airport.

More than 100 people were killed in the attack, along with 13 U.S. troops, to slow down flights before Biden’s deadline to complete the rescue by Tuesday.

Launched drone strike killed two ISIS “high-authorities jihadists in eastern Afghanistan, but Biden warned of further attacks by the group as reported by the Pentagon on Saturday.

“The current state at the Kabul airport is yet safe and the rate for other attacks is very high ” said Biden.

” As reported by the US troops in the airport the terror attack is likely to occur within the next 24 to 36 hours.”

The US embassy in Kabul then issued a warning warning on reliable threats at specific airport locations, as well as access gates.

In recent years, part of ISIS in Afghanistan and Pakistan has been involved in the worst attacks in these countries.

They killed civilians in mosques, public places, schools and even hospitals.

While ISIS and the Taliban are both Sunni Muslim supporters, they are bitter enemies, each claiming to be the true leader of jihad.

The IS bombing forced US and Taliban forces to form a coalition to ensure airport security that was unimaginable two weeks ago.

On Saturday, Taliban militants escorted a steady flow of Afghans from buses to the main passenger base, and handed them over to U.S. troops for rescue.

Troops were seen from the civilian side of the airport and auxiliary buildings, while the American Marines watched them from the roof of the passenger terminal.

After the war of 20 years, the enemies were seeing each other, separated by only 30 meters.

Taliban spokesman Bilal Karimi tweeted that the group’s fighters had already moved to parts of the airport’s military base, but the Pentagon insisted that US forces controlled gates and bridges.

However, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said US troops had already begun withdrawing – without saying how many were left.

The IS bombing forced US and Taliban forces to form a coalition to ensure airport security that was unimaginable two weeks ago.

Western allies who assisted by air travel have already completed their flights, with some expressing despair that they cannot evacuate everyone at risk.

The British army chief, General Sir Nick Carter, said it was “disappointing” that “we could not release everyone”.

French President Emmanuel Macron, meanwhile, said talks had begun with the Taliban “protecting and repatriating” Afghan civilians most at risk on Tuesday.

a man riding a skateboard up the side of a road: Afghans hoping to leave Taliban-controlled Afghanistan queue at the main entrance gate of Kabul airport

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