Boris Johnson confirms deaths of British nationals in Kabul airport attack

The Prime Minister has reacted to the confirmation that two British adults and the child of British nationals were among those killed in the Kabul airport terror attack on Thursday. The attack is believed to have been carried out by the so-called Islamic State splinter cell, Isis-K. As well as the British casualties, officials have said at least 13 US troops and 60 Afghan nationals were killed and more than 150 people were injured in a “complex attack” on Thursday.

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