“If your bank increases your credit card limit, I don’t think you feel obliged to go out and spend every last penny of it immediately,” Hammond told BBC television on Sunday ahead his Wednesday statement.
Correction: March 4, 2017 An earlier version of this article misstated the given name of Simon Burete’s wife on second reference. As noted correctly on first reference, she was Angelina Burete, not Angela.
HARARE, Zimbabwe — Dusk falls and thousands of vendors fan out across central Harare. Through the night, they hawk their wares — vegetables, clothes, kitchen utensils, cellphones — from carts, wheelbarrows or even the pavement, transforming the city’s staid business district into a giant, freewheeling village market.
“Our homes were destroyed because of the aggression and we didn’t receive help from anyone, no one provided us with mattresses, blankets or food. We have absolutely nothing left inside our houses.
The long-awaited button has been rolled out to a limited number of people in the social network’s Messenger app that is linked to the main Facebook platform but only boasts half the number of users, or approximately one billion accounts.
Climate and Environment Minister Vidar Helgesen presented a draft law which allows more possibilities for killing wolves. The current law states that wolves can be killed only if they represent a “potential nuisance” for sheep or other livestock.
Masoud Barzani, president of the Iraqi Kurdistan region since 2005, told La Stampa newspaper that the liberation of Mosul, where US-backed Iraqi troops continue their advance on Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), will not bring the defeat of the terrorist group.
Stella Parker, owner of the Barnardos charity shop in Porthmadog, Wales, made a startling discovery while sifting through a pile of books contained in a battered old suitcase. “All the lining of the suitcase was ripped, as I went through the case I noticed this paper behind the lining.
The video in question went viral after journalist Hayam Awad, posted it to her Facebook page on Wednesday. The video has since been shared on YouTube and has been viewed over 100,000 times.
WASHINGTON — Three years ago, President Barack Obama ordered Pentagon officials to step up their cyber and electronic strikes against North Korea’s missile program in hopes of sabotaging test launches in their opening seconds.