Multiple rockets fired at Kabul airport, intercepted by defense system https://t.co/uHypcJsviF
The official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the rockets were fired early Monday morning, though it was unclear if all were brought down by the defense system. pic.twitter.com/z6qLAN0rSE
— Ariana News (@ArianaNews_) August 30, 2021
US anti-missile system fired to intercept rockets at Kabul airport
There are no signs of casualties Sunday night after five rockets were fired toward Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, a U.S. official told ABC News. The official said the U.S. military’s anti-projectile C-RAM fired to intercept the incoming rockets, though it is not yet clear how many it took out, if any.
The airport remains operational and flights are continuing, the official added.
— Rahul Upadhyay (@rahulrajnews) August 30, 2021