Earlier in the day, the White House said President Joe Biden does not want the terrorists, who planned the attack at the Kabul airport, to live any longer.
The United States Department of Defense has confirmed an explosion outside Kabul Airport late on Thursday afternoon. The extent of damages and casualties however is yet to be ascertained.
Following the Taliban's complete control over Afghanistan, they have now issued a public death decree for an Afghan woman, who had left the war-torn country four years ago and is now settled in India.
The TTP, commonly known as Pakistani Taliban, is a banned militant group based along the Afghan-Pakistan border. It has carried out a number of major terror attacks across Pakistan and reportedly been using Afghan soil to plot terrorist attacks in this country.
Tens of members of armed uprising groups attacked the Pol-e-Hesar district of northern Baghlan province in Afghanistan and cleared them of the Taliban.
About 5,000 US troops have been deployed in Kabul airport to help with the airlift process.
The US sent nearly 600,000 small arms, 76,000 vehicles and 208 airplanes to Afghanistan's military and police from 2003 to 2016.
about 5,700 people, including about 250 Americans, were flown out of Kabul aboard 16 C-17 transport planes.
Sayeed is one of Afghanistan's most famous musical artists, performing regularly in concerts and philanthropic festivals within and outside the country.
American President Joe Biden believes history will judge the US experience in Afghanistan
India's External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar said France has rescued some Indians trapped in Afghanistan and taken them to Paris
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said that he is ready to talk to the Taliban that has taken over Afghanistan amid fears of widepread human rights abuses
Some Afghan women were seen crying outside the embassy, they said their relatives are trapped back there and no information is coming to them about their whereabouts.
The Indian authorities are also considering treating other government documents like Aadhaar card or voter identity cards for those whose passports were taken away by the local employers who ran away from the cities fearing Taliban, they added.
Many celebs including actresses Alia Bhatt, Samantha Akkineni, Kangana Ranaut, Rashmika Mandanna, Kajal Aggarwal and Aditi Rao Hydari have taken to social media to express their solidarity with the people of Afghanistan.