ISIS have claimed responsibility for the suicide bomb attacks on Kabul airport that killed 13 US solders and 60 Afghan civilians.
The two explosions, one of which hit Kabul airport's Abbey Gate, the other the Baron Hotel, had been blamed on ISIS-K, a regional affiliate of the so-called Islamic State that operates in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The ISIS-K offshoot is a sworn enemy of the Taliban, who have been handed control of Afghanistan by Joe Biden's withdrawal of US troops.
ISIS posted a statement claiming responsibility for the attack from their Telegram account on Thursday following the attacks earlier today.
Abdul Rehman Al-Loghri of ISIS-K was the suicide bomber responsible for the blast at Abbey Gate, according to ISIS.