Blast in Afghanistan kills 50

Blast in Afghanistan kills 50

Many foreign embassies are located in the area, including the American and Canadian missions. The health ministry said the casualty figures were expected to rise further. "We heard a very big sound of explosion, and then it shook the building, our office, at that time ". A lot of the casualties appeared to be from the Roshan telecommunications company, she said.

Buchanan urges Trump to keep US in climate accord

Buchanan urges Trump to keep US in climate accord

The meeting in Italy was characterised by discord on a number of issues, not only climate change . Trump said on Saturday that he would announce this week whether the USA would adhere to the Paris agreement after resisting pressure to announce the plans at the G7 summit .

White House communications director resigns, tensions rise

But Spicer didn't explicitly say that the reports were wrong. Trump also will take more questions directly from the media, Axios reported. "I'm not gonna get into it", he reiterated. Rumors of impending shake-ups have come and gone in the Trump White House before. "You're making something out of one tweet". There was no clear victor during that exchange.

Spence loss hard to take - Brook

This is what true champions do. "There's only One Truth in this fight - and that's that he's going to get beat". "He deserves respect and I know Errol's glad that he got to fight the champion in his home town rather than fighting in Texas for a vacant belt".

Audit: Millions of Trump's Twitter followers are fake

However, Trump has little control over who follows his tweets. The comedian Joe Mande now has a healthy 1.01 million followers, but his bio contains a caveat: " twitter is trash, facebook's the devil, i bought a million followers for like $400 none of this shit matters antarctica is melting".

Trump's back: So are his tweets

The Washington Post reported Friday that Kushner talked to Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak about setting up a secret back channel for communications between Russia and Trump's transition team, an arrangement that former US national security officials said would be "out of the norm" and potentially "illegal", Politico reported .