Kabul saw mass murdering as shooters raged into the extravagance International Hotel where they shot visitors and staff and exploded explosives. The activist assault executed no less than 18 individuals and injured a few others. Out of the 18 executed, 14 were nonnatives. Ministry of Interior spokesperson Najibullah Danish stated, “Eleven of the 14 foreigners killed were employees of KamAir, a private Afghan aircraft”. Afghan Special Forces landed onto the inn’s rooftop with the assistance of choppers and finished the 14-hour attack. The Special Forces killed all the six aggressors who had blasted into the lavish inn, killed individuals, held prisoners and battled security powers for a few hours. Inn supervisor Ahmad Haris Nayab, who ran out safe, said the aggressors entered through a kitchen and achieved the principle part of the lodging before experiencing it. U.S cautioned of the assault The Taliban asserted to be in charge of the attack which came days after the US Embassy in Kabul issued a notice of conceivable assaults on lodgings. “We know about reports that fanatic gatherings might design an assault against inns in Kabul,” the consulate wrote in an open security alarm despite the fact that it concentrated on another inn close to the worldwide air terminal as a conceivable target. An inside service representative revealed to AFP news office that an enquiry with respect to how the assailants had cracked security is in progress and that a privately owned business assumed responsibility of the security two weeks prior. The Intercontinental Hotel, a fabulous 1960s structure was already assaulted by Taliban powers in 2011 where 21 individuals were slaughtered including 9 aggressors. U.S denounces the assault U.S and Pakistan firmly denounced the military assault. U.S Secretary of State Rex Tillerson stated, “Washington stands with the government and people of Afghanistan. We remain firmly committed to supporting Afghan efforts to achieve peace, security and prosperity of their country”.