The crisis over the finance minister has thrown a spotlight on Ramaphosa's promise to crack down on corruption and boost economic growth. President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Tuesday that he is accepting the departure of Nhlanhla Nene, who submitted a resignation letter earlier in the day after he admitted to having a series of meetings with the Gupta brothers at their mansion in Johannesburg and other locations from 2010 to 2014.
Storm surge warnings were also in place along the Florida and Alabama coasts. "Minimal impact" is a lousy title for an action film but a good prediction for a hurricane , and that's what Storm Team 4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts said was coming to the D.C.
It is noted that the defendant was accused of embezzlement of budget funds in the amount of 100 thousand dollars on the star chefs at the official residence of the Prime Minister. Mr Netanyahu, Israel's political kingpin on track to become the country's longest-serving prime minister, has accrued a long list of detractors during his decades as a political operative from Israel to Washington.
Bulgarian television reporter Viktoria Marinova has become the third journalist to be murdered in the European Union in the previous year and the fourth since the start of 2017. Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed by a auto bomb in October 2017 while investigating corruption among Malta's ruling elite. Bulgarian prime minister Boyko Borissov said: "It's only a matter of time before the murderer will be revealed".
The other eight justices were all in attendance. Chief Justice John Roberts welcomed Kavanaugh on behalf of the entire court, wishing him the traditional "long and happy career in our common calling". The president said Kavanaugh overcame intense scrutiny by Democrats who considered him guilty and didn't want to give him due process. There will also be those looking for any lingering signs of Kavanaugh's heated, partisan confirmation fight.
Indonesia's disaster agency says the death toll from the quake and tsunami that struck a central island last week has increased slightly to 1,424. Despite that, Allibert said it had been hard to get permits for Sulawesi. Indonesia has often been reluctant to be seen as relying on outside help to cope with disasters. The lives of many villagers at the epicentre of a quake were spared because they had been terrified by a smaller tremor that hit earlier and had run outside.