US President Joe Biden has sent a stark warning to those responsible for yesterday's terror attacks in Kabul.
72 Afghans are among the 85 people who died during the incident at at Kabul Airport.
At least 143 others were injured in the explosions, as thousand of people in Afghanistan continue to try to flee Taliban-control.
— Abdulhaq Omeri (@AbdulhaqOmeri) August 27, 2021
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the bombings.
Speaking at an address at the White House, President Biden said the US will not forgive or forget the attack.
"We will hunt you down and make you pay," he said.
We're going to do everything that we can to provide safe evacuation for Americans, our Afghan allies, partners, and Afghans who might be targeted because of their association with the United States.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) August 25, 2021
Meanwhile, evacuation efforts are continuing ahead of Tuesday's deadline.
There are currently 60 Irish passport holders and visa holders in Afghanistan who are desperately trying to get home.
They've been warned to stay away from the airport.