The U.S. launched air strikes in retaliation to the suicide attack at Kabul airport, which killed more than 100 Afghan civilians and 13 U.S. troops. ISIS-K claimed responsibility for the attack. The state department said it planned to evacuate Afghan partners even after the full withdrawal on August 31. NPR’s international affairs correspondent, Jackie Northam, joins.
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