With its economy in deep crisis and reeling from last month's blast, Lebanon is facing the biggest threat to its stability since the 1975-1990 civil war. One group held a banner reading: "Legitimacy comes from the people". Violent clashes erupted with protesters throwing tear gas, which was being used to disperse demonstrators, back at officers, sparking condemnation from activists who denounced the police for beating protesters and alleged that French tear gas had been used.
So in the week before the election, we won't accept new political or issue ads. Facebook had previously drawn criticism for its ads policy, which cited freedom of expression as the reason for letting politicians like Trump post false information about voting.
The ruling is a major setback for lawmakers in the House committee, who have been seeking McGahn's testimony since the spring of 2019 about his knowledge of alleged ties between the Trump presidential campaign and Russian Federation. Rogers said that if the "absolute immunity" claim - which the panel's majority did not weigh in on- was validated by the court, it would "revive a view of Presidential power expressly rejected by the Supreme Court ".
Despite India's claims , China's foreign ministry denied any incursion into the disputed territory. Then, reports that Chinese soldiers keep on being very much settled in the Fingers zone (Finger 4-8) or the edges around Pangong Tso (lake) that India has consistently watched, and stay inside the LAC at Nakula Pass are stressing markers of a solidifying Chinese position.
The man allegedly produced a handgun and "a deputy-involved "hit" shooting" occurred. A Black man's fatal shooting Monday by two sheriff's deputies has led to protests in south Los Angeles. Irby said a short time later, she saw Kizzee scuffle with a deputy, who backed away and then shot him. "We aren't talking about some gang member", he said.
Ozgur Unluhisarcikli, Ankara director for the German Marshall Fund, noted stalled reunification efforts between the Cypriot governments could be negatively impacted by Washington's decision. © Provided by Associated Press Turkey's President Recep Erdogan speaks during a meeting, in Ankara, Turkey, Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020. Ankara has accused Greece of "piracy" as a dispute over maritime rights in the eastern Mediterranean continues to escalate.