ISIS In Afghanistan

Kevin Ivey | 09/20/2021

On Aug. 26, ISIS-K attacked crowds awaiting entry to the Kabul airport to escape the new Taliban regime. Two suicide bombers and gunmen were involved in the attack, which killed 169 Afghans and 13 U.S. military personnel, bringing renewed attention to the terrorist group. Above, Taliban fighters provide security outside the airport on Aug. 27. The Islamic State has evolved significantly since it emerged in June 2014, when Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi declared himself the caliph in the terrorist...

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