The Observer – Afghans face catastrophe without urgent aid, UN warns
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Afghans face catastrophe without urgent aid, UN warns
The Observer leads with a warning from the UN that Afghans face an “absolute catastrophe” without urgent aid. The paper says Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is leading calls for Dominic Raab to resign over his handling of the crisis.
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