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The tragedy at Kabul airport shocked the world! The Pentagon says...

The tragedy at Kabul airport shocked the world! The Pentagon says…

by YCPress

The emperor withdrew from U.S. military aircraft in Afghanistan

After taking off from Kabul International Airport

The video captures a tragic and terrifying scene

Someone fell from the landing gear of the plane

The world was shocked

The U.S. Department of Defense said so

It’s too far away, it’s not clear

The U.S. military plane taxied through the crowd and took off

The remains of the victims were found on the landing gear

16, after the Taliban entered the Afghan capital Kabul, the situation on the ground gradually calmed down, but the withdrawal of U. S. troops from Kabul International Airport, the scene is chaotic.

According to Afghan media reports, the day thousands of people flocked to Kabul International Airport, they tried to board a plane to leave Afghanistan.

Among them, the media announced that a U.S. military C-17 transport aircraft regardless of the scene of the crowd gathered to force take off scene has attracted much attention.

Footage shows a U.S. military plane taxiing off in a running crowd. After the U.S. military plane took off, someone fell from the landing gear of the plane.

Locals found the bodies of three victims near the airport, according to media reports.

According to the Washington Post and other media reports, the U. S. military transport aircraft due to landing gear failure diverted to a third country near Afghanistan landing. The remains of the victims were later found on the plane’s landing gear. The report did not mention which country it was.

In addition, according to several Afghan media reports, the influx of people into the airport when the United States and other multinational forces are withdrawing their own personnel, U.S. soldiers fired shots into the air to try to disperse the population, triggering a large-scale stampede. Chaos at Kabul International Airport continued from the evening of the 15th to the 16th, resulting in at least 10 deaths.

The U.S. Air Force confirmed the discovery of the remains

An investigation has been launched into the suspension of military aircraft

16, local time, in response to questions about Kabul International Airport, the Pentagon denied that the chaotic evacuation was a “failure.”

Asked about the fall from a U.S. military plane, Defense Department spokesman John Kirby responded that no more precise information was available, citing the distance,“Obviously, it’s hard to fully understand what’s going on there from 8,000 miles away.”

17, the U.S. Air Force issued a statement confirming that a plane evacuated from Kabul International Airport had human remains on its landing gear. The plane is currently being inspected at Qatar’s Udayd airbase.

The statement said the transport plane has been temporarily grounded to sort out the debris, the aircraft will also be examined before re-entry. An investigation into the incident has been launched.

Scenes from Kabul airport

Makes the American narrative illusion collapse

Responding to the tragic scene at Kabul International Airport, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Vitaly Zakharova said the news in afghan media was shocking.

Zakharova also said that when Afghans turned to the U.S. for help, the response was “silent” and that no one was concerned about so-called “human rights” anymore.

The Russian television website today featured comments by Serbian-American journalist Nebojsa Maliki.

The article, entitled “The American narrative led by the U.S. government and the media has suffered more in Afghanistan than in the military sphere – and now the world knows what the emperor’s new clothes are”.

The article says that when it comes to Saigon in 1975, people always think of scenes where some South Vietnamese managed to squeeze into helicopters. In Kabul in 2021, the most similar scenario is when desperate Afghans try to climb onto a U.S. military plane and fall to their deaths.