The scene of mourning after the bloody bombings at Kabul airport

At least two bombs exploded at Kabul's international airport on August 26, killing many Afghan civilians and American soldiers.

The scene of mourning after the bloody bombings at Kabul airport
US officials believe that the terrorist group IS-K, an offshoot of the Islamic State rivaling the Taliban in Afghanistan, is behind the attacks. Photo of an injured person being treated at a hospital after the attack: Los Angeles Times

Smoke rises from the Hamid Karzai airport area, where large-scale evacuations are taking place after the Taliban took over the capital Kabul: AP
US President Joe Biden claimed he had asked military generals to "develop an attack plan against IS-K assets, leadership, and bases". Smoke rises from the Hamid Karzai airport area, where large-scale evacuations are taking place after the Taliban took over the capital Kabul: AP

A man lies in an ambulance taken to the hospital after the bombing. Photo: New York Times
A man lies in an ambulance taken to the hospital after the bombing. Photo: New York Times

Afghan refugees gathered in the Baron hotel area in the capital Kabul while British troops secured the surrounding area. Photo: Los Angeles Times
Afghan refugees gathered in the Baron hotel area in the capital Kabul while British troops secured the surrounding area. Photo: Los Angeles Times

Tấm khiên đẫm máu ở lối vào một bệnh viện thủ đô Kabul. Ảnh: New York Times
A bloody shield at the entrance to a hospital in the capital Kabul. Photo: New York Times

Một người đàn ông được đưa tới bệnh viện sau vụ đánh bom ngày 26/8. Ảnh: New York Times
A man is taken to the hospital after the August 26 bombing. Photo: New York Times

An injured patient waits to be transferred to a room at Wazir Akbar Khan Hospital. Photo: Los Angeles Times
An injured patient waits to be transferred to a room at Wazir Akbar Khan Hospital. Photo: Los Angeles Times

An injured person is carried on a stretcher outside a hospital in Kabul. Photo: New York Times
An injured person is carried on a stretcher outside a hospital in Kabul. Photo: New York Times

An injured woman was taken to hospital after the attack. Photo: Getty
An injured woman was taken to hospital after the attack. Photo: Getty

Ambulances were continuously dispatched to the scene of the bombing. Photo: New York Times
Ambulances were continuously dispatched to the scene of the bombing. Photo: New York Times

Volunteers and medical staff remove bodies from a pickup truck outside a hospital in the capital Kabul after two explosions. Photo: Getty
Volunteers and medical staff remove bodies from a pickup truck outside a hospital in the capital Kabul after two explosions. Photo: Getty

A man receives treatment just outside the Kabul hotel. Photo: New York Times
A man receives treatment just outside the Kabul hotel. Photo: New York Times

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