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Biden raises specter of ISIS-K attack at Kabul airport

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National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said the threat of ISIS in Afghanistan “is real. It’s acute. It is persistent. And it is something we’re focused on with every tool in our arsenal.” Sullivan said U.S. forces are coordinating alternative ways to get people to the airport. ISIS-K is a branch of the Islamic State group that emerged in 2015.
1 year ago·Washington, United States

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finally making his address, Biden puts off talking about Afghanistan until after he talks about Hurricane Henri. [1 Photo]

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