- The US embassy in Kabul is warning of a "specific, credible threat," in the vicinity of the airport.
- They're asking US citizens to avoid the area.
- An explosive attack near the airport on Thursday killed almost 170 Afghans and 13 service members.
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Officials at the US Embassy in Kabul warned citizens to leave the airport due to a "specific, credible threat" on Saturday.
"US citizens should avoid traveling to the airport and avoid all airport gates at this time," a press release said.
Earlier on Saturday, President Joe Biden said another attack at the Kabul airport is "highly likely in the next 24-36 hours."
Around 170 Afghans and 13 US service members were killed after an explosion carried out by ISIS-K on Thursday near the airport.
The Biden administration retaliated on Friday carrying out a drone strike against ISIS-K.
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