However, since her infamous rallying call to the Middle East the German leader's approval ratings have plummeted, with just 42 per cent of Germans now in favour of her running for a fourth term as Chancellor at next year's elections. She added that economic incentives should be used to help would-be migrants remain in their own countries. A 6,0 magnitude natural disaster hit central Italy on the 24 of August.
The streets of Caracas were packed Thursday with thousands protesting the Nicolas Maduro government, as Venezuela continues to be embroiled in an economic crisis that has included food shortages. If the delay succeeds, then the referendum will be held after January 10 of next year, and Vice President Aristóbulo Isturiz becomes president, which would preserve Chavista power.
Maduro blames the crisis on the collapse of oil prices and an "economic war" by businesses backed by USA "imperialism". Maduro said he had tasked the interior minister, Néstor Reverol, who is wanted in the U.S. Maduro said the opposition-dubbed "Takeover of Caracas " on Thursday is a front for violence, akin to a short-lived 2002 coup against his mentor Chavez.
Not only has he embarrassed his wife and put her career in jeopardy, but one of the photos in the Post shows him sporting boxer briefs in bed with his son. She hired Huma Abedin . Abedin, 40, is a longtime aide and confidante to Clinton who is often referred to as the candidate's second daughter. The Democrat quit Congress five years ago following revelations that he was sending women sexually explicit messages.
Duterte. Presented by Philippine National Police Director General Ronald dela Rosa at a televised press briefing in Camp Crame Thursday, Wilford Palma however did not identify the "regular" customer. Likewise, Palma admitted that they have been selling on the internet the smuggled gun parts in the country through balikbayan boxes for two years already.
Elsewhere in Syria on Thursday, at least 25 civilians, including six children, were killed in suspected government airstrikes on Hama province as rebels made new gains there, activists said. "There are now urgent pleas from communities in al Waer, Moadamiya, Madaya and in (rebel-besieged) Foue and Kefraya to break the sieges of those places.And we need to break the sieges".