A Qatar Airways charter flight carrying 200 passengers, including Afghans and Americans, depart the Kabul International Airport from Kabul to Qatar.
U.S. Department of State spokesperson Ned Price announces that 23,876 Afghan refugees have arrived in the United States. He also says that the efforts did not end on August 31 and that Americans who are still in Afghanistan will be provided with "tailored" evacuation plans.
Celebratory gunfire occurs in Kabul by Taliban fighters following the departure of the last aircraft carrying U.S. troops. Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid says during a news conference that "it is a historical day and a historical moment" and that "the Taliban are proud of these moments, that we liberated our country from a great power."
The U.S. Embassy in Kabul warns Americans to leave the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul due to a "specific, credible threat". Additionally, U.S. president Joe Biden issues a warning of another attack on the airport in the next "24–36 hours".
A suicide bomber blows himself up at an entrance of the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, killing at least 90 Afghan civilians and 13 American servicemembers. More than 150 others are wounded. ISIL-KP, who have threatened the airport in recent days, have claimed responsibility for the attack.