13 killed in Kabul airport blast, second blast feared

A powerful explosion has taken place near Kabul Airport. The blast killed 13 people and injured several others.

According to Afghan media, an explosion took place at the east gate of Kabul airport, and later the sound of firing was also heard. US Defense Department spokesman John Kirby also confirmed the explosion.

John Kirby says no casualties have been reported. The bomber struck shortly afternoon in front of a U.S. military base. The bomber struck shortly afternoon in front of a U.S. military base. The bomber struck shortly afternoon in front of a U.S. military base. Flights at Kabul Airport have been suspended following the blast. Planes have been grounded.

The blast also killed 13 people. Several planes were present at the time of the attack on Kabul airport. People were waiting to board the flight.

On the other hand, the news agency, quoting the French ambassador, claimed that the ambassador said that there was a danger of another explosion outside the Kabul airport.

It is believed that there were reports of an attack on Kabul Airport. The British Minister for Armed Forces, James Heppe, had expressed concern that the attack could target people at the handling center at Kabul Airport. The evacuation process should be completed soon.

The Minister of Armed Forces had said that efforts were being made to ensure the safety of insecure people in Afghanistan. The last flight from Afghanistan to Britain cannot be said at this time.

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