Kabul/UNI/Sputnik: Kabul's only airport has officially opened for domestic and international commercial flights, a source in the Afghan Civil Aviation Authority told Sputnik.
Doha/UNI/SPUTNIK: The first commercial international flight from Kabul after the US withdrawal from Afghanistan landed in Doha on Thursday, a source at Doha airport told Sputnik.
Kabul/Doha/UNI/Sputnik: A fifth plane carrying humanitarian aid from the United Arab Emirates landed in Kabul on Wednesday, a source at the airport told Sputnik.
Ankara/IBNS: Turkey on Tuesday advised the international community not to rush in recognising the Taliban's rule in Afghanistan and added that it was still holding discussions about operating the strategic Kabul airport, according to media reports.
Kabul: The US Embassy in Afghanistan on Friday asked Americans, who are currently in Afghanistan, to avoid visiting Kabul airport or its gates.
Kabul: Terming Pakistan as a 'state sponsor of terror', terrorism analyst Kyle Orton has said the South Asian nation should be held accountable for the condition in Afghanistan, which is witnessing conflicts ever since Taliban overrun the nation,
Kabul: Top sources in the National Directorate of Security in Afghanistan, the country’s national intelligence and security service, have said that the agency had forewarned the United States about the twin blasts that took place in Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International airport which left over 100 people dead and disrupted further the peace in a nation already battered by conflict and Taliban takeover.
Kabul: Amrullah Saleh, who has declared himself Afghanistan’s caretaker President, said that the Taliban's denying links to the Islamic State (ISIS) is identical to Pakistan's denial on the Quetta Shura, a militant group composed of leaders of the Afghan Taliban based within the city of Quetta in Balochistan province.
Kabul/UNI/Sputnik/IBNS: The death toll from a series of terrorist attacks, led by the Islamic State, in the Afghan capital of Kabul has reached 103 people, media reported Friday.
Washington: US President Joe Biden gave a strong message to those behind the Kabul airport blasts and said they would be made to pay for their acts.
Kabul: More than 60 people died as twin blasts rocked Kabul airport in Afghanistan on Thursday, targeting those people who are attempting to flee the war-torn nation.
Washington: Pentagon officials have alerted that an Afghan-based Islamic State-offshoot called ISIS-K are 'targeting' evacuation planes flying out of Kabul.
Kabul: A Ukrainian plane in Kabul to evacuate its stranded citizens from Afghanistan has been hijacked and diverted to Iran, a Ukraine Minister was quoted as saying in media reports.
Kabul: Taliban insurgents have blamed the US to be the main cause behind the chaos in Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul where a large number of people are attempting to board flights to escape Afghanistan.
Washington/IBNS: Around 16,000 people have been evacuated over the past 24 hours from Afghanistan through the Kabul airport, the Pentagon said Monday.