Born in 1926 to a farming family in Smaland, Kamprad, whose fortune in 2017 was estimated at 37.3 billion euros ($46 billion) according to the Swiss economic magazine Bilan, founded the company at the age of 17. Mr Kamprad was also controversial figure. IKEA celebrates its Swedish heritage: Its stores are painted blue and yellow like the Swedish flag and serve meatballs and other traditional Swedish food.
There was even a protest in the remote Yakutsk, where the temperature was reportedly minus-49 F. Protesters in Yakutsk and around the country were calling for a boycott of the upcoming election. Numerous crowds that turned out in generally frigid weather skewed sharply young, apparently reflecting growing discontent among Russians who have lived most or all of their lives under President Vladimir Putin, who came to power on New Year's Eve 1999.
Netanyahu and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki talked by phone late on Sunday, the Israeli leader's office said , and they "had agreed to open immediate dialogue between teams from both countries to try to reach understandings on the legislation ".
Islamic State (IS) claimed responsibility for the attack, which involved a suicide auto bomb outside the aid agency's compound in Jalalabad, eastern Afghanistan, followed by gunmen forcing their way inside with a rocket-propelled grenade and opening fire on staff and security guards.
The U.S. government can not fully operate without funding bills that are voted in Congress regularly. CHIP expired last fall. But it left out any action on the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals programme, known as DACA, that affects Dreamers.
National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr. said the President knew all along that he was a target of IS. The President arrived in Davao City early yesterday morning after attending the Association of Southeast Asian Nations-India Commemorative Summit where he pushed for protection of the welfare of migrant workers as well as intensified regional cooperation against terrorism and violent extremism.