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Kabul bomber was held in Delhi 5 yrs ago, claims IS mag

IndiaTimes Saturday, 18 September 2021
Islamic State Khorasan Province has claimed that the Afghan suicide bomber who carried out the Kabul airport blast that killed around 170 people, including 13 US Marines, in August, was caught in Delhi five years ago. The suspect, who was assembling IEDs for carrying out what could have been the first suicide bombing by IS in the country, was flown back to Afghanistan after being captured in a covert operation.
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News video: Kabul airport bomber was deported from India, says IS affiliated magazine | Oneindia News

Kabul airport bomber was deported from India, says IS affiliated magazine | Oneindia News 01:34

Kabul airport blasts, which killed 200 people, were carried out by a man deported from India. These claims were made by a magazine known to be associated with the Islamic state. Identifying the bomber as “Abdur Rahman al-logri”, the magazine said that he was deported 5 years ago from...

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