Horrifying footage shows a huge fire ripping through a skyscraper as terrified people scream while trying to dodge debris.
The blaze broke out in the city of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates, and it is not yet clear how many people were inside the building at the time.
Taliban leaders verbally committed themselves alongside the peace agreement struck in Qatar in February with the US to reducing violence by 80 per cent and halting attacks in urban areas, Colonel Leggett said. Instead, there had been a “drastic increase” in violence, with an average of 55 attacks a day on Afghan government forces.
The peace deal was an attempt to bring the 18-year US war in Afghanistan to an end through a phased withdrawal of US and other foreign troops after 14 months, fresh talks on a permanent ceasefire between the Taliban and Afghan government and a guarantee that the country would not be used to shelter terrorists who target the US.
Although experts have urged caution about the findings, the WHO said today it was ‘not surprising’ that a case had occurred in December and said that more such discoveries were possible.
‘It’s also possible there are more early cases to be found,’ WHO spokesman Christian Lindmeier told a UN briefing in Geneva.
Staats declined to comment when approached by the paper but has reportedly told friends she does not believe their actions to be hypocritical because she considers the two households to be one.
The Daily Telegraph reports that, on at least two occasions, Antonia Staats traveled across London to spend time with Prof Ferguson.
The president shot back at the reporter, insisting that he was only told about the injuries “numerous days later”, adding: “You’d have to ask the Department of Defence.”
“I don’t consider them very serious injuries relative to other injuries that I’ve seen,” he continued. “I’ve seen what Iran has done with their roadside bombs to our troops. I’ve seen people with no legs and with no arms. I’ve seen people that were horribly, horribly injured in that area, that war … No, I do not consider that to be bad injuries, no.”