More than a dozen people have been declared dead after two explosions in Afghanistan.
At least 13 people were killed when two bombs detonated at Kabul airport earlier today (Thursday, 26 August).
The Kabul Surgical Centre now says 60 people have presented at the hospital with injures as a result of the explosions.
The Ministry of Defence says there have been no reported British casualties following the attacks.
“There have been no reported UK military or UK Government casualties following the incidents in Kabul”, a spokesperson wrote.
Adding: “UK forces are working closely with our partners to provide security and medical assistance.”
At least five US soldiers have been injured, according to US officials.
Local resident Ali Hassani posted on Twitter: “Please don’t go to Kabul airport now.
“Heavy explosion in front of Abby Camp, shooting has started, USA troops used 6-8 gas bomb on people on east gate and lots of women got injured and burned, I was there.”