Last US flights leave Kabul before the Taliban takes over


Last US flights leave Kabul before the Taliban takes over: Planes leave before midnight after ISIS fires five missiles at the airport

And 17 flights will depart from Hamid Karzai Airport on Monday, carrying more than 3,000 passengers.

The majority of those relocated today are Afghans. The Pentagon is getting more uncertain about how many people are now leaving and which planes they get on.

On Monday morning, ISIS launched five Katyusha rockets at the airport, one of which was shot down by the US C-RAM defense system.

Three of the missiles missed the airport, and one landed in the vicinity of the United States but "had no effect."

On Thursday, an ISIS suicide bomber killed 170 people, including 13 American soldiers, at the airport.

In response, the US launched an airstrike on Sunday that has killed ten people, including seven children.

Every Western country has now left Afghanistan, and the United States has to go by midnight tomorrow.

Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is scheduled to host a meeting with other countries on Monday at 2:30 p.m.

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