No more UK civilian flights to leave Kabul

Members of the British armed forces 16 Air Assault Brigade disembark a RAF Voyager aircraft after landing at Brize Norton

LONDON (Reuters) - No more British flights purely for civilian evacuees will leave Kabul airport, but flights for British military personnel and a small number of Afghan evacuees will continue, a Defence Ministry spokesperson said on Saturday.

Broadcaster Sky News said the last British flight purely for civilians had left Kabul airport overnight.

(Reporting by David Milliken; Editing by Angus MacSwan)

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