WASHINGTON (REUTERS) - The United States and allies are hurrying to evacuate as many people from Afghanistan as possible before an Aug 31 deadline.
The combined effort has evacuated about 113,500 people since Aug 14, the day before the Taleban entered Kabul, the White House said last Friday (Aug 27).
Here are some details of the evacuation effort by country.
The US military will continue evacuating people from Kabul airport until Aug 31 if needed, but will prioritise the removal of US troops and military equipment on the last couple of days, the Pentagon has said.
Washington has evacuated 5,400 US citizens since Aug 14, according to the US government.
There were still about 350 US citizens in Afghanistan trying to leave the country, a State Department spokesman said.
Britain's last military flight left Kabul late on Saturday after evacuating more than 15,000 people in the two weeks since the Taleban took control of Afghanistan, the Defence Ministry said.
Canadian forces in Kabul ended evacuation efforts for their citizens and Afghans last Thursday, said the acting chief of the defence staff, General Wayne Eyre. He said Canada had evacuated or facilitated the evacuation of about 3,700 Canadian and Afghan citizens.
Germany ended evacuation flights last Thursday. The German military has evacuated 5,347 people, including more than 4,100 Afghans.
Germany previously said it had identified 10,000 people who needed to be evacuated, including Afghan local staff, journalists and human rights activists.
About 300 German citizens remain in Afghanistan, a spokesman for the foreign office in Berlin said last Friday.
The French Defence Ministry said last Friday it had finished its evacuation effort from Afghanistan. During the operation, nearly 3,000 people, including more than 2,600 Afghans, had been brought to France.
Italy evacuated 5,011 people, including 4,890 Afghan nationals, among them 1,301 women and 1,453 children, a Defence Ministry statement said. The last evacuation flight left last Friday.
Sweden has ended its evacuation mission in Kabul, Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde said last Friday. She said a total of 1,100 people had been evacuated, including all locally employed embassy staff and their families.
Prime Minister Alexander De Croo said last Thursday that Belgium had ended its evacuation operations. Just over 1,400 people were evacuated, with the last flight arriving in the Pakistan capital of Islamabad last Wednesday night, he said.
Ireland's Foreign Ministry said that it had evacuated 36 Irish citizens after the completion of an emergency consular mission last Thursday.
It said it was now aware of approximately 60 Irish citizens and family members plus a further 15 Afghan citizens with Irish residency who are still in the country and have requested assistance, far more than they had initially estimated.
Poland has evacuated about 900 people from Afghanistan, including about 300 women and 300 children, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said last Thursday.
Hungary has ended evacuations in Afghanistan after airlifting 540 people, including Hungarian citizens and Afghans and their families who worked for Hungarian forces previously, Defence Minister Tibor Benko said last Thursday.
Denmark made its last evacuation flight out of Kabul last Wednesday with the remaining diplomatic staff and military personnel, according to its Defence Ministry. Denmark has airlifted about 1,000 people from Afghanistan since Aug 14, including diplomatic staff, their families, former interpreters, Danish citizens as well as people from allied countries, the ministry said.
Ukraine has evacuated of all of its citizens who wanted to leave, the president's chief of staff said on Saturday. In all, it has flown out more than 600 people including foreign journalists, rights activists, women and children, Mr Andriy Yermak said.
Austria is not operating its own flights and is relying on Germany and other countries to help with its evacuation. Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg told national broadcaster ORF last Wednesday that 89 people with Austrian citizenship or residency had been airlifted out, while another two to three dozen people were still in Afghanistan.
Switzerland, which is relying on Germany and the US to help with its evacuation efforts via Tashkent, has got 292 people out of Afghanistan, Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis said last Tuesday. There were still 15 Swiss citizens in Afghanistan, but no more Swiss evacuation flights were planned.
The Dutch government said last Thursday it had evacuated 2,500 people from Afghanistan since Aug 15, with about 1,600 of them brought to the Netherlands. The Dutch ambassador left on the final flight last Thursday. The Dutch have no diplomatic presence left in the country.
Spain has concluded its evacuation of personnel from Afghanistan, the government said. Two military planes carrying the last 81 Spaniards out of Kabul arrived in Dubai early last Friday. The planes were also carrying four Portuguese soldiers and 83 Afghans who had worked with Nato countries.
Over the course of its rescue mission Spain evacuated 1,898 Afghans who had worked with Western countries, the United Nations or the European Union.
Turkey has evacuated all troops and civilians from Afghanistan aside from a small "technical group" left behind, President Tayyip Erdogan said last Friday.
Turkey has evacuated at least 1,400 people from Afghanistan, including about 1,000 Turkish citizens, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said earlier this week.
Qatar said last Thursday it had helped evacuate more than 40,000 people to Doha and "evacuation efforts will continue in the coming days in consultation with international partners".
United Arab Emirates
The UAE said last Thursday it had helped evacuate 36,500 people to date, including 8,500 coming to the UAE via its national carriers or airports.
India has airlifted 565 people from Afghanistan, most of them embassy personnel and citizens living there but also dozens of Afghans including Afghan Sikhs and Hindus, a government official said.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said last Friday that Australia had evacuated 4,100 people, including over 3,200 citizens and Afghans with Australian visas, over nine days, with the last planned flight leaving before the airport attack. The other evacuees were from coalition partners.
Mr Morrison acknowledged that some Australian visa holders remained in Afghanistan though he did not know exact numbers.
Australia is committed to bringing at least 3,000 more people out over coming months as part of a humanitarian programme, Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews said.
New Zealand's Defence Force ran three flights out of Kabul, and the last planned flight had left before the attack, a government statement said.
No New Zealand Defence Force personnel were in Kabul at the time of the explosions and no New Zealand evacuees were left within Kabul airport. According to preliminary numbers, at least 276 New Zealand nationals and permanent residents, their families and other visa holders were evacuated, it said.