Today explosions erupted outside the Kabul airport, leaving dozens of people dead or injured, including 12 U.S. service members. The Taliban condemned the attack. It’s too soon to say who’s responsible. But on Thursday night, U.S. officials warned of a specific and credible threat targeting the airport — by the terrorist group called the Islamic State Khorasan (ISIS-K).
ISIS-K springs up amid Kabul airport evacuations. What do we know about this terrorist group?
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What we know about ISIS-K, the anti-Taliban terrorist group springing up amid evacuations at Kabul airport
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