Top 10 world news: USA hits active suicide bombers in Kabul, Jan suspends Moderna Covid vaccine and more


A few days before the August 31 deadline, US officials targeted an active suicide bomber ISIS-K in a vehicle that has the. wanted to attack Kabul airport. His vehicle was parked in the house targeted by US forces on Sunday evening. The strike occurred when the US President Joe Biden traveled to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware on Sunday morning to pay tribute to the 13 soldiers killed in an attack in Kabul earlier this week. In Europe, Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday defended their airlift, saying that “the culmination of a mission unlike anything we have seen in our lifetime”. In Covid-related news, Jan’s Okinawa region has decided to stop using. suspend Covid vaccine from Moderna as another contamination was discovered by experts.

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A few days before the August 31 deadline, US officials targeted an active suicide bomber ISIS-K in a vehicle that has the. wanted to attack Kabul airport. His vehicle was parked in the house targeted by US forces on Sunday evening. The strike occurred when the US President Joe Biden traveled to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware on Sunday morning to pay tribute to the 13 soldiers killed in an attack in Kabul earlier this week. In Europe, Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday defended their airlift, saying that “the culmination of a mission unlike anything we have seen in our lifetime”. In Covid-related news, Jan’s Okinawa region has decided to stop using. suspend Covid vaccine from Moderna as another contamination was discovered by experts.

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Loud explosion heard in Kabul as US attacks active suicide bomber ISIS-K

Shortly after US President Joe Biden warned of another possible attack in Kabul, a loud explosion was heard in the capital of Afghanistan.

Biden visits US Air Force Base in Kabul. to honor killed service personnel

Biden and his wife Jill “will meet with the families of fallen American soldiers who gave their lives to save Americans, our partners and our Afghan allies in Kabul” before the remains are convicted, according to the President’s Daily Timeline .

Blinken Says Only 300 Americans Remain Evacuated; Sullivan assures Taliban that it will ensure safe passage after August 31

Sullivan also announced that the US will not have a physical presence in Afghanistan as of September, but the US will consider “more attacks, other operations” against ISIS-K.

Turkey’s Erdogan withdraws from plans to operate Kabul Airport

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan now appears to have ruined the idea when the country began withdrawing its 500 non-combatant forces from Afghanistan.

Taliban accuse Ashraf Ghani of having fled the country with money

Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen recently blamed Ashraf Ghani for the chaos the country is going through, saying he made a mistake by suddenly leaving the government.

British Prime Minister Johnson defends the evacuation of Kabul under criticism

Like the United States, Britain has been criticized for failing to anticipate the Taliban’s swift takeover of Afghanistan and making adequate preparations for the smooth evacuation of British nationals and vulnerable Afghans.

Jan decides to suspend Moderna’s Covid vaccine after two deaths

Following the death of two men after receiving the second dose of Moderna’s Covid vaccine, Jan decided to suspend use of Moderna Inc’s vaccine.

In pictures | Emmanuel Macron visits the former IS stronghold in Mosul, Iraq

French President Emmanuel Macron paid a visit to the former Iraqi stronghold of Mosul on Sunday, the day after he vowed to keep troops in the country.

People march across the United States to demand that voting rights be protected

Organizers of the March On For Voting Rights, held on the anniversary of the historic 1963 Martin Luther King Jr. March in Washington, said efforts to restrict access to voting were disproportionately affecting people of color.

Chinese University Asks List of LGTBQ + Students, Stokes Fear of “crackdown”

The Shanghai University directive also required information on “the state of mind and psychological condition of students, including political attitudes, social contacts and mental health status.”

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