The Latest: Pakistan FM urges Afghan political arrangement

CANBERRA, Australia — Australia’s leader says Australian and New Zealand authorities emptied in excess of 650 individuals from Kabul Airport over Monday night.

PM Scott Morrison said that Tuesday five flights had left the air terminal in the most active day of Australian inclusion in clearings since the Taliban assumed liability for the country.

Morrison disclosed to Nine Network TV that the emptied individuals included Australians, New Zealanders and Afghans.

MORE ON THE CRISIS IN AFGHANISTAN:

— Deadly gunfire at air terminal; Taliban demand US pullout date

— UK battles for impact as Afghan emergency strains US ties

— Kabul airdrop is speeding up yet hampered by tumult

— When the music stops: Afghan ‘glad spot’ falls quiet

— For Afghan outcasts in India, trusts faint for getting back

— Find more AP inclusion at https://apnews.com/center/afghanistan

HERE’S WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING:

CAIRO — Egyptian state media say the public authority has cleared more than 40 of the country’s residents from Afghanistan.

The authority MENA news office says a tactical plane conveying Egyptian residents from Afghanistan arrived in Cairo late Monday.

The 43 evacuees remember the staff from the Egyptian Embassy for Kabul and priests from Al-Azhar, which is the Sunni Muslim world’s premier strict establishment.

A nearby TV station showed film for the returnees conveying Egyptian banners as they arrived in an air terminal in Cairo. They were gotten by military and wellbeing authorities.

BOCA RATON, Florida — Senior U.S. military authorities in Afghanistan say U.S. Exceptional Operations recovered 16 American residents from outside the Kabul air terminal early Monday morning.