Two explosions in Kabul, Afghanistan, killed dozens of people on Thursday as evacuations continue. The deaths include at least 169 Afghan civilians and 13 U.S. service members. ISIS-K, an affiliate of the Islamic State, claimed responsibility for the bombings.
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Thurs., Aug. 26: Smoke rises from a deadly explosion outside the airport in Kabul.
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Thurs., Aug. 26: British soldiers secure the perimeter outside the Baron Hotel, near the Abbey Gate, in Kabul.
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Thurs., Aug. 26: Afghans lie on beds at a hospital after they were wounded in the deadly attacks.
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Mon., Aug. 16: Passengers evacuated from Afghanistan disembark a British military transport aircraft at RAF Brize Norton station in southern England.
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Mon., Aug. 16: Family members greet refugees evacuated from Kabul in Dulles, Virginia.
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Thurs., Aug. 26: An evacuated Afghan Army member at the US Air Base Ramstein, Germany.
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Thurs., Aug. 26: Afghan evacuees arrive at Incheon International Airport outside Seoul, South Korea.
Thurs., Aug. 26: The U.S. flag on the roof of the White House was lowered for the service members and other victims killed in the terrorist attack in Kabul.
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Thurs., Aug. 26: Families evacuated from Kabul, Afghanistan, after they arrived at Washington Dulles International Airport, in Chantilly, Va.