He claims that he called Swift on the phone, had an hour-long conversation with her about the song " Famous " and she found the lyrics were amusing and had no problem with him releasing the track. The two singers linked each other's careers in the MTV Video Music Awards in 2009, where Swift was interrupted by West during her acceptance speech for Best Female Artist of that year.
The two-tier forex market is not odd to Nigeria as it was employed during the regime of Late General Sanni Abacha although it was marred with corrupt practices . This, he said, was responsible for the naira's free fall. Detailing its economic expectations for 2016 after a holistic review of the Nigerian macroeconomic landscape, the bank in a report released over the weekend said it expects to see inflation trend slightly above 10 percent in the first half of 2016 as the CBN's target to keep ...
Stefanek's statement did not say who orchestrated the attack or when the ransom was paid, and the hospital declined BuzzFeed News' request for additional information. The hospital has also hired computer forensics experts to help determine the source of the cyber-attack. "The malware locks systems by encrypting files and demanding ransom to obtain the decryption key", the hospital boss wrote in the letter.
Passengers on Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas have posted photos to social media of toppled tables and broken vases after a night of rough sailing. Sunday as the conditions worsened. She said she doesn't have an updated arrival time. Royal Caribbean gave guests free Internet access and a complimentary cocktail hour, spokeswoman Cynthia Martinez said in an email.
Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the panel's chairman. Following the Feb. 13 announcement that conservative US Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia had died, Senate Republicans wasted little time in assuring the American people they would block any attempt by president Obama to appoint a replacement.
By Friday, as Clinton traveled to a black community in South Carolina, her African-American allies in Congress seized upon comments the Vermont senator made at the debate insinuating that race relations would "absolutely" be better under a future Sanders administration.