His resignation is a blow to Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab's government, which has struggled to implement reforms amid rapidly spiraling inflation and soaring unemployment and poverty, made worse by the coronavirus pandemic. The blast centred on the city's port caused massive destruction and killed more than 100 people, heaping misery on a country already in crisis. Hitti's resignation shows "that Lebanon is in a state of total confusion", said Hilal Khashan, a professor at the ...
Trump told reporters at the White House on Monday that he is formally removing the TVA's chair of the board and another member of the board. The US President stated he will be taking firm, disciplinary action against the leadership of the Tennessee Valley Authority , which has "sadly and cruelly" betrayed American workers.
U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar will visit Taiwan in coming days, his office said Tuesday, marking the highest-level visit by a U.S. Like most countries, however, the USA has no formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan, having ditched Taipei in favour of Beijing in 1979. Taiwan's strong performance in handling its COVID-19 outbreak has also won it plaudits while highlighting its exclusion from the World Health Organization and other United Nations bodies.
Until now, the district attorney's inquiry had appeared largely focused on hush-money payments made in the runup to the 2016 presidential election to two women who said they had affairs with Trump . "It is actually controlled, as long as you may regulate it". "He didn't come to my inauguration, he didn't come to my State of the Union speeches - and that's ok, that's his right".
The plan drew criticism from Trump after making its way through the Legislature over the weekend. "Can you imagine if that is with the president of the United States?" Smith also found that Black and Hispanic voters were twice as likely to have their mail-in ballots rejected than white voters.
Indian drugmaker Wockhardt Ltd. will supply millions of doses of multiple COVID-19 vaccines, including that being developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University, under a deal with the United Kingdom government announced on August 3. Brazil, the nation with the second-highest number of coronavirus cases, also reached an agreement to secure doses of the Oxford vaccine with AstraZeneca.