The first evacuees from Afghanistan arrive in Massachusetts.
White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain says that around 100 Americans remain in Afghanistan following the August 31 withdrawal deadline. He also says that the Biden administration will still try to rescue them.
Taliban spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid says that yesterday's airstrike by the United States killed civilians and that if "there was any potential threat in Afghanistan, it should have been reported to us, not an arbitrary attack that has resulted in civilian casualties".
Marine Corps General Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr. announces that the final American troops have left Afghanistan, concluding U.S. involvement in the Afghanistan war. U.S. President Joe Biden also confirms the end of the war in a statement.
The United States says that it is taking steps to boost humanitarian aid into Afghanistan despite the Taliban being blacklisted by the treasury. The United States also says that it is working with local partners to facilitate humanitarian aid to reach the Afghan population.