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Blast tears through central Kabul, killing at least 80

Blast tears through central Kabul, killing at least 80

Basir Mujahid a spokesman for Kabul police, told Reuters news agency: "It was a auto bomb near the German embassy, but there are several other important compounds and offices near there too". The former Interior Ministry official repeated a common belief among Afghan government officials that the Pakistani intelligence services have played a role in the string of terrorist attacks plaguing Kabul .



Cyclone Mora hits Bangladesh Indian states to be affected

Earlier, Minister Kiren Rijju has issued notification to the North Eastern States to stay safe indoors. The cyclone formed after monsoon rains triggered floods and landslides in Sri Lanka , off India's southern tip. Omar Farukh, a community leader in Kutapalong camp, said conditions were dire: "Now we're in the open air". Dozens of villages in the districts have reportedly been flooded and many susceptible houses have been damaged fully or partially.



Theresa May tries to re-focus the election campaign on Brexit negotiations

Says we need to bring back stability in the Arab world. Labour say they would extend the entitlement to all parents, not just those in work, and end means testing for two-year-olds by the end of the parliament. "I resigned from those positions when I became leader of the party", he said. May has been the clear favorite, but with Labour catching up, one of them will take up residence in Downing Street on June 9.



Kathy Griffin's Gory Trump Photoshoot Cost Her A Network Job

At first, the comedian defended the decision, saying, "I do not condone any violence". It wasn't amusing. I get it. I move the line, then I cross it. The president lashed out at Griffin on Twitter: "My children, especially my 11 year old son, Barron, are having a hard time with this".