Seven wardens have been arrested after three men escape a maximum-security facility near Nairobi. from: BBC News
Eight camels and a llama were found, with managers blaming their escape on animal rights activists. from: BBC News
The firefighters’ union says there was an “unjustified reliance” on fire crews to evacuate the tower.
from: BBC News Expecting to become a carer in Copenhagen, Jewel was forced into prostitution. But two chance meetings enabled her to escape.
from: BBC News The couple were working in the back of their van when it rolled towards a 22ft (7m) drop.
The miners are climbing 1km-worth of ladders to escape the Totten mine in Sudbury, Ontario. from: BBC News
The secretary of state cites a “massive effort” by the government, but people involved in the evacuation instead describe bureaucratic snags. From: New York Times
How the only female whirling dancer in Afghanistan made it out of Kabul.
from: BBC News Staff at his animal shelter successfully crossed from Afghanistan to Pakistan, says Pen Farthing.
A huge manhunt has failed to find six Palestinian prisoners who escaped an Israeli jail early on Monday morning. From: New York Times
Four of the fugitives had been convicted of terror offenses and were serving at least two life sentences, while legal proceedings continued for the other two. From: New York Times
Israel launches a huge manhunt after six militants dig their way out of the high-security jail. from: BBC News
The BBC’s Lyse Doucet reports from the Afghan capital, a day after the last US troops left. from: BBC News
The BBC witnesses scenes of chaos and panic as thousands still crowd Kabul’s airport. from: BBC News
A mural of President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul on Saturday, a day before he fled the country. From: New York Times
By the time ex-president Ashraf Ghani fled the country, the hot-tempered leader was isolated and ineffective. Critics blamed him for the chaos in Kabul, saying he had betrayed his people. From: New York Times
from: BBC News The turmoil in Afghanistan continues to dominate the papers after the Taliban seized control of the country.
The U.S. military took charge of security over part of the airport’s civilian side as thousands rushed the tarmac. Some hung from jets even as they taxied down the runway. From: New York Times
Heavy rainfall, expected to continue through Friday night, brought flooding that drove more than 7,200 people into shelters and damaged property. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Erica Whittingham met prisoner Michael Seddon after her marriage broke down, a court hears.