Evacuation flights from Kabul airport resumed

According to eyewitnesses, people who want to leave the country crowded around the airport building again.

Evacuation flights from Afghanistan resumed on Friday, the day after two explosions occurred at the Kabul airport.

The U.S. authorities say that new attacks may follow before the deadline for the withdrawal of foreign troops coming next Tuesday.

According to residents of Kabul, several flights took off from the airport on Friday morning, and a huge crowd of excited people who want to leave the country gathered near it again.

At one point, about 500 meters from the airport, dozens of Taliban with heavy weapons stood up, not allowing anyone to pass.

Officials said Thursday’s bombings killed at least 13 U.S. troops and dozens of Afghans.

For the U.S. forces in Afghanistan, this is the largest single loss since August 2011.

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