The Independent says at least 20 people have died in the last week near Kabul airport during attempts to flee Afghanistan.
The Guardian says Hurricane Henri was due to crash into the north-eastern US coast on Sunday, as heavy rain caused flooding in some areas of New York and nearby cities.
The Times says The Queen has “let it be known” that she wants Prince Andrew to remain as colonel of the Grenadier Guards, despite little prospect of him returning to…
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BBC News says an Afghan aid worker who managed to leave Kabul this week has warned of international consequences of the Taliban’s return to power.
Sky Sports says Harry Kane has travelled with the Tottenham squad ahead of their Premier League game to Wolves.
TRT World says catastrophic flooding in Middle Tennessee left at least eight dead and dozens missing as record-shattering rainfall washed away homes.
Aljazeera says the Israeli military launched air raids on Gaza following clashes between its soldiers and Palestinian protesters during a demonstration.
Arab News says Tunisian security forces arrested an individual in a coastal city accused of plotting the assassination of Tunisian president Kais Saied.
France24 says This time, Barry Manilow didn’t make it through the rain as Hurricane Henri cut short the New York Covid-19 recovery concert.