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At least 12 U.S. Marines, a Navy medic, and multiple children died in a suicide bombing at the Kabul airport in Afghanistan.

The death toll exceeds 75 killed in two suicide explosions at the Kabul airport's North gate on Thursday. Over 100 people -- Americans and Afghans -- are wounded.

The death toll is expected to go much higher. The Marines were in the process of patting down the suicide bombers when the bombs went off.

Fox News reports there is no indication that Taliban were involved in the bombings.

12 Marines are dead and another 15 Marines are injured, according to multiple reports.

The explosions came as the United States, Britain and other countries evacuated thousands of Americans and Afghans who worked for the US out of the airport when the Taliban took control of Afghanistan.

Thousands of Americans in Kabul are desperate to leave Afghanistan but they are unable to get to the airport due to increased threats by the Taliban and ISIS.
 
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The U.S. Ambassador in Kabul previously told staff not to go to the airport due to the threats by the Taliban.

U.S. Pres. Joe Biden has canceled meetings at the White House on Thursday and no press briefing will be held at the White House today.

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The image of a crying baby being lifted over a razor wire fence by a marine symbolized the desperation of the Afghan people.

In the viral photo, a marine is seen lifting a baby girl over the razor wire fence after her parents begged the marines for medical help.

The baby was suffering from the effects of tear gas fired by soldiers to disperse the crowd.

The baby was later reunited with her father.

Afghans were photographed handing their children to American and British soldiers as thousands of people stampeded outside the Kabul airport on Friday (see video below).

The tragedy unfolded last week when U.S. Pres. Joe Biden made the decision to pull troops out of Afghanistan after 20 years occupying the region.

Ex-British prime minister Tony Blair called Biden an "imbecile" over his decision to order the troops out of Afghanistan. Blair urged Biden to extend the deadline for withdrawal.

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A photographer captured the moment when another baby was reunited with her parents who had earlier handed her to soldiers in desperation. The family later boarded an evacuation aircraft out of Kabul.

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Turkish soldiers cared for the children at a clinic inside the airport before reuniting them with their anxious parents.

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A Turkish soldier is pictured kissing a baby refugee before reuniting her with her parents. All of the children were reunited with their parents.

Dozens of people were shot by the Taliban or crushed in the stampede outside the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul on Saturday.

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The desperation intensified Saturday as word spread that mercy flights out of Kabul will end in a few days.

Thousands of Afghan people have descended on the Kabul airport over the past week desperately hoping to flee Taliban-controlled Kabul.

The U.S. Embassy warned Americans not to go to the Kabul airport due to security threats. The U.S. Embassy said they can't guarantee their safety.
 

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Taliban fighters mocked U.S. Pres. Joe Biden by eating ice cream in photos shared on Twitter.com and other social media platforms.

A photo published by Afghan media on Twitter showed several Taliban militants enjoying ice cream cones after taking control of an amusing park in Afghanistan.

The Taliban fighters discovered a machine that serves soft ice cream and enjoyed ice cream treats while riding bumper cars.

Biden is known for eating ice cream and posing for photo ops with ice cream cones in both hands.

Afghan media reports the fighters were mocking a "weak" Biden after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan.

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Americans are horrified by images and video of women and children injured or dead at the Kabul International airport.

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Families leave all their possessions behind and flee to the airport, desperate to get on evacuation planes.

Thousands of Americans are still trapped in the fallen country. There are reports of "forced marriages" between Taliban fighters are adolescent girls.

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Despite the mocking tweets, Twitter says the Taliban can stay on the platform as long as they don't incite violence.

In a statement to Mediaite.com, Twitter said its "top priority is keeping people safe, and we remain vigilant."

One Taliban account has more than 310,000 followers.

Conservative lawmakers noted that the Taliban has Twitter accounts but Donald Trump is still banned.

"Why on God's green Earth does the Taliban spokesman have an active Twitter account but not the former President of the United States?," Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) tweeted Sunday.

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