Islamic State Khorasan (ISIS-K) has said it was behind the twin impacts at the Kabul air terminal that killed 60 and harmed around 140 individuals.
Yet, who is this gathering and what are their goals?
The BBC’s security reporter Frank Gardiner says the gathering is the most limited and brutal of all the jihadist assailant bunches in Afghanistan.
It is a provincial association of the gathering calling itself Islamic State and is dynamic in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The gathering has been faulted for a portion of the most exceedingly terrible abominations lately, focusing on young ladies schools, medical clinics, and surprisingly a maternity ward pregnant ladies, newborn children, and attendants were shot dead.
They are essential for the worldwide IS network that tries to complete assaults on western, global and compassionate targets any place they can contact them.
ISIS-K have connections to the Taliban through an outsider, the Haqqani organization.
Be that as it may, they have significant contrasts with the Taliban, blaming them for leaving Jihad and the war zone for an arranged harmonious settlement.
IS warriors currently address a significant security challenge for the approaching Taliban government.