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Update: US media says 10 American soldiers, 60 Afghans killed in Kabul blasts

According to the Wall Street Journal, 60 Afghan civilians have been killed in the Kabul airport bombings, with 150 others wounded.

Fox News reports that the number of American servicemen killed in the attack has climbed to 10.

There is no official confirmation of the death toll.

And following the bombing, the White House says US President Joe Biden’s meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has been moved to Friday.

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