(USA Today) US stocks tumbled Wednesday as investors were confronted with a major sell-off in Asian markets, uncertainty over the future of Greece and the eurozone and the upcoming release of minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting. “There’s no sign of panic...
Four countries supporting peace talks between the Colombian government and FARC rebels called Tuesday for an “urgent de-escalation” of armed conflict, as 1,200 terrified indigenous people fled more heavy fighting.
The assault – which passed off in Deffa province close to Nigeria, elements of whose northeast are underneath Boko Haram management – was the deadliest in Niger by the jihadist group since a raid in April killed 74 individuals.
It will be raised to £50,000 although don’t necessarily expect this on Wednesday. With cuts to come the government can avoid being attacked for lowering top rate and appearing to be “the party of the rich”.