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The airport in Kabul was attacked by five rockets.

The airport in Kabul was attacked by five rockets.

The C-RAM missile defense system was activated by the US military, although it is still unknown whether all of the rockets were successfully intercepted. The death toll from a US airstrike on a vehicle in Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital, has risen to nine people, all from the same family.

Key Highlights

  • The death toll from a US airstrike on a vehicle in Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital, has risen to nine people, all from the same family.
  • At least five rockets were fired against Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport.
  • The C-RAM missile defense system was activated, but it is still unknown whether all of the rockets were successfully intercepted.

A US official told ABC news that at least five rockets were fired against Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport.

According to ABC News, the US military used the C-RAM missile defense system, but it is still unknown whether all of the rockets were successfully intercepted.

There have been no reports of casualties thus far.

The rockets were fired from a car in Kabul’s Khair Khana neighborhood toward the airport on Monday morning, according to video footage from Pajhwok Afghan News and Tolo News reports.

Meanwhile, the casualty toll from a US airstrike on a vehicle in Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital, has risen to nine people, all from the same family. Six children were killed, including a four-year-old, a three-year-old, and two two-year-olds.

A drone attack was carried out on a vehicle in Kabul on Sunday, eliminating an Islamic State-Khorasan terrorist group (IS-K, or ISIS-K, outlawed in Russia) danger to the airport, according to US central command spokesman Capt. Bill Urban.

In a later update, the US central command stated that the subsequent explosions produced by the US airstrike could result in additional casualties.

Two IS-K leaders were killed and another was injured in a US attack in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province on Saturday, according to US Army Maj. Gen. William Taylor.

( With the help of ANI )

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