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Terrorist explosions outside Kabul’s international airport on Thursday that killed 12 US service members came after days of public and private warnings from President Joe Biden of a potential attack that could disrupt the massive airlift effort underway there.

Biden, who cleared his scheduled to huddle with advisers, will address the attacks from the East Room at 5 p.m. ET, according to the White House.
He now faces a series of decisions on how to proceed as the nearly 20-year war in Afghanistan nears its bloody conclusion. He has vowed to evacuate any remaining American who wants to leave by Tuesday, but officials said the risk of further terrorist killings was exceedingly high.–live/

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