The Sunday Mirror focuses on the use of the word imbecile by Tony Blair, but also quotes him saying that jihadists worldwide will be cheering.
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 public duties.
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The Daily Mirror says Britney Spears has reportedly been reunited with her beloved pet dogs which were taken away over fears they were "near death".
The Mirror says By tomorrow, the government claims, everyone in England aged 16 or over will have been offered the first dose of a Covid vaccine.
The Mirror says David Beckham has already been in talks with Lionel Messi about the Argentinian superstar ending his career at Inter Miami.
The Sun says PERRIE Edwards has given birth to her first child with her footballer boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
The Sun says COPS are looking for three men following an "outrageous" and "shocking" homophobic attack in Birmingham's gay village.
The Sun says THE MYSTERY surrounding the deaths of a British family including their baby and pet dog deepened after their autopsies failed to reveal how they died.
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.
BBC News says efforts to evacuate Britons and eligible Afghans from Kabul are improving, with more than 1,700 people airlifted out in the past 24 hours.
The Sunday Papers focus heavily on the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan, in particular the chaos at Kabul airport. The former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair’s comments on the chaos also make many front pages. The former PM called the decision to withdraw US, UK and Nato troops ‘imbecilic’. The papers pick...
The Queen has ordered senior Palace aides to plan a legal "fightback" against Harry and Meghan, writes The Sun on Sunday.
"Run for the Border" is the headline on the Mail on Sunday which carries an article from Defence Secretary Ben Wallace, who says time is running out.
Afghans have been crushed to death at Kabul airport, reports The Independent, after the number of people heading there continued to surge.
The Observer leads with a warning from the UN that Afghans face an “absolute catastrophe” without urgent aid as the Labour leader calls for Dominic Raab to resign.
The Sunday Times leads with comments from former PM Tony Blair who ‘attacked’ the “imbecilic” retreat of US, UK and Nato troops.
For the sixth straight Saturday, protesters march against the COVID health pass they describe as a restriction of freedom.
Violence erupts after hundreds of Palestinians protested against Israel’s stifling blockade of the Gaza Strip.
Lebanese leaders hold emergency meeting, decide to change the exchange rate used to price petroleum products.