The U.S. has launched a strike against IS in Afghanistan

The attack was carried out using a drone.

The U.S. has launched a strike against IS in the eastern part of Afghanistan after an attack on the Kabul airport, which killed 13 U.S. soldiers and dozens of Afghans.

On Thursday, President Joe Biden promised that the United States would pursue those responsible for this attack and said he had ordered the Pentagon to strike at them.

The U.S. Central Command reported that the strike against the IS using an uncrewed aerial vehicle was carried out in Nangarhar, east of Kabul. The target of the attack was a militant responsible for planning terrorist attacks.

“Preliminary data shows that we have destroyed the target. We are not aware of any civilian casualties,” the Central Command said in a statement.

The statement did not indicate whether the attack was related to the terrorist attack at the Kabul airport.

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