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British ex-marine leaves Afghanistan with 200 dogs, cats but no staff
Paul “Pen” Farthing's mission to rescue the animals has gripped and divided the UK.
Protesters rally outside closed banks in Kabul
Protesters gather outside bank buildings in Kabul after government buildings, banks, passport offices, schools and universities remain largely closed since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan.
Kabul airport must be safe for future humanitarian missions, says EU
NGOs have warned of a humanitarian catastrophe in Afghanistan if aid can't get through.
US officials says another terror attack in Kabul is 'likely'
The White House warned that another terror attack is "likely" as evacuations continue. Several European nations have terminated evacuations due to the security situation.
'We will hunt you down', Biden warns IS after deadly Kabul attacks
The US president said the evacuation mission will continue despite Thursday's airport bombings, while the US military warns more attempted attacks are expected.
'Taliban would have killed me': Afghan on his ordeal fleeing to Italy
The man, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said within hours of the Taliban taking power he knew he had to get out.
EU evacuates diplomatic staff and Afghan allies from Kabul
The European Union has finalised the evacuation mission from Afghanistan, brining back its diplomatic service together with over 400 Afghan allies and family members.
Afghanistan: 13 US soldiers, 72 Afghans killed in Kabul airport attack
The so-called Islamic State carried out two suicide bombings outside Kabul's airport, after warnings from the US, UK and Australia that a terror attack in the area could be imminent.
'Window of opportunity for evacuations is closing': German minister
Berlin's efforts to bring nationals home along with Afghans who supported Germany may soon come to an end.
Afghanistan: Western countries issue terror warning for Kabul airport
The UK, the US and Australia have warned people to stay away from Kabul airport due to the "high threat" of a terrorist attack. European nations are winding down evacuations.
More than 10,000 people at Kabul airport awaiting evacuation
Evacuations continue from Kabul airport, but Joe Biden has refused to delay the US withdrawal and the Taliban say Afghans will not be allowed to leave after August 31.
Biden sticks to Kabul withdrawal deadline rejecting Europe's appeals
The US president insists the Kabul airlift will end by August 31, defying allied leaders who say Biden's self-imposed cutoff date allows insufficient time to complete evacuations.
RAF flies over 130 evacuees from Kabul airport
More than 130 evacuees boarded a British military cargo plane leaving Kabul airport for refuge in the UK from Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.
Confusion in Kyiv amid claims Kabul evacuation plane was 'hijacked'
Ukraine's deputy foreign minister claimed an aircraft was "de facto hijacked" from Kabul airport before heading to Iran.
EU calls for access to Kabul airport to be extended
European leaders are pressing President Biden to extend the US troop withdrawals past the end-of-the-month deadline, although the Taliban have rejected any delay.
G7: Europe's leaders fail to sway Biden on Afghanistan deadline
The UK, France and Germany are pushing Joe Biden to extend the US president's self-imposed deadline for the total withdrawal of American forces from Kabul.
Taliban say August 31 deadline for troop withdrawals a 'red line'
A Taliban spokesman says no extension will be allowed for the withdrawal of international troops from Afghanistan, otherwise they will be 'extending occupation'.
'They shot my wife': Afghan man recounts how his family tried to flee
Euronews spoke with several Afghan citizens in Kabul this week as well as Taliban fighters.
Analysis: Why did Kabul fall so easily into the Taliban’s hands?
Euronews' Masoud Imani Kalesar looks at the small print in Afghanistan's recent history to give us some ways to understand the recent developments.
Afghanistan: Helping the vulnerable is 'key priority' says envoy
"Everyone is vulnerable in the country where the rate of unemployment is 60% and the only source of employment has also come to a standstill," says Ashraf Haidari.
Civilians gather outside French Embassy as hope of Kabul exit dwindles
Scores of civilians carrying possessions were spotted camping outside the French embassy in Kabul on Thursday as the evacuation efforts by a number of countries, including the US, UK, France and other European nations continue.
Inside Kabul: What is life like so far under Taliban rule?
Euronews spoke to Afghan journalist Fazel Qazizai, who has years of experience covering the Taliban’s moves in the country
One dead after Taliban militants attack protesters in Afghanistan
The drama has sparked fears about whether the insurgents will govern Afghanistan in the manner they claim.
Dutch evacuations from Afghanistan begin after failed attempts
The Netherlands had scheduled two charter flights to land in Kabul earlier this week, but both were cancelled due to unsafe landing conditions following the Taliban's takeover of the country..
The 22-year-old British student who flew to Kabul has been evacuated
Miles Routledge is no longer in Afghanistan after he was able to get a space on a British army flight, along with hundreds of others fleeing the country.
Criticism as German plane leaves Kabul with just seven people on board
Just seven people were on board the A-400M aircraft -- which could take up to 150 people -- as it left Kabul on Monday night.