In tonight’s high story: One minute earlier than deadline, the U.S. has ended its 20-year struggle in Afghanistan, with the final C-17 flight carrying the chief U.S. diplomat in Afghanistan, Ross Wilson, leaving the nation.
Greater than 122,000 individuals have been airlifted out of Kabul since Aug. 14, the day earlier than the Taliban regained management of the nation twenty years after being faraway from energy by a U.S.-led invasion.
The departure occurred after U.S. anti-missile defenses intercepted rockets fired at Kabul’s airport. Redmond Shannon stories.
Inside U.S. borders: Hurricane Ida, one of the highly effective hurricanes ever to hit the U.S. Gulf Coast, knocked out energy to over 1 million properties in Louisiana on Monday and prompted rescue operations in flooded communities round New Orleans because the weakening storm churned northward.
Jennifer Johnson stories on the lengthy solution to restoration Louisianans face.
And Mike Armstrong stories on the hazards of using out a hurricane like Ida.
On the federal election marketing campaign trails: the Liberals are making local weather change guarantees, David Akin follows Justin Trudeau’s $1 billion funding announcement for freshwater analysis in Quebec, and Mike Le Couteur stories on the Conservatives’ guarantees on animal welfare and coverage in the direction of the oil and fuel trade.
And Eric Sorensen stories on political events’ approaches in the direction of decreasing fuel emissions.
Plus, Abigail Bimman stories on the NDP’s pledge to extend taxes on the wealthiest.
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