Less that 48 hours after a suicide bombing at the Kabul Airport in Afghanistan on Friday, the United States military retaliated by bombing an Islamic State member.
The attack Friday left as many as 169 Afghans and 13 American service members.
A drone strike against the IS struck one member, killing them, in Nangahar that was believed to be planning attacks against the United States in Kabul.
On Thursday President Joe Biden vowed to retaliate saying he would hunt them down and make them pay.
The Pentagon is prepared to do whatever the president orders in retaliation.
The United Nations spoke out against the attack by ISIS on innocent people trying to evacuate and the military helping them as “abhorrent.”
Some personnel working for the U.N. was relocated to the Kazakh capital of Almaty for safety.
As of Friday 3,000 Afghan nationals and 200 international staff members are still working for the U.N. in Afghanistan.
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