Iraqi food stalls are open in the U.S.

The shelves of the supermarket chain Big Deal supermarket in the Iraqi capital Baghdad are full of fresh fruits and vegetables as the Iraqi government reopened its markets.

The markets, which opened more than a month ago, were shut down due to a lack of funds, a government official said Tuesday.

The opening of the markets came after a U.N. humanitarian assistance agency announced that its offices had been attacked by ISIL militants and was closing for reconstruction work.

The U.n.

Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said it had received reports of ISIL attacks in Baghdad and other parts of Iraq and that its staff were under heavy attack by gunmen.

The Iraqi government also said that more than 4,500 U.s were killed in the country’s sectarian conflict that began in 2015.

The attacks on the markets are part of the U,s effort to reopen the markets following the destruction of most of the countrys first market in March.

The government has also opened a market in Kirkuk and an additional one in Samarra.

Iraqi President Fuad Masum said he is open to the U.,s assistance.

“I have opened my markets because I know that you can help me in the reconstruction work,” he said.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi also said his government was open to assistance.

But he added that his government would not be able to rebuild all the markets because the U and other donors need to provide funds.

“We can only reconstruct the markets in our country,” he told CNN.

“The other partners have already done so and now we are going to help them.”

The markets were closed because of the cost of reconstruction work and because of lack of cash, according to a statement by the Iraqi Ministry of Agriculture.

The ministry said that after more than 3,000 U. food aid trucks left for Baghdad, there were only 30 food vendors in Baghdad.

Baghdad is home to about a third of the roughly 2 million people who live in the capital.

“We are going through a severe financial crisis in the coming months.

The current financial situation is not good, and the government is not able to provide any help,” al-Nouri al-Asiri, the Us minister for food aid, said in a statement.

“Therefore, we have asked the international community for help to solve this crisis and to reopen all the restaurants and other businesses.”

In a separate development, a group of Iraqi businessmen led by a member of the Shi’ite majority Sadrist party, Ali al-Ahmed, has been arrested in the central Iraqi city of Kirkuk on charges of “hostile acts” against the U government.

They are accused of supporting ISIL, which has seized vast swathes of northern and western Iraq.

In March, the government launched a new market in the Shiite-majority town of Baiji in northern Iraq, a popular tourist destination.

There, hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have taken to the streets to demand the return of markets that they say were closed to their will.

The market, set up by a local organization, has since been closed to the public.

The prime minister of Iraq’s Shi’ites, Sheikh Abdulrahman al-Sadr, called the market’s closure a “provocation.”

The Iraqi economy has shrunk in recent years as the country struggles to rebuild its shattered economy.

The U. is also trying to reopen markets in the Kurdish-majority provinces of Kirkil and Sinjar, the home of some of the largest Kurdish populations in the Middle East, after ISIL militants seized the citys oilfields and oilfields in mid-2016.

Iraq has been struggling to regain economic power since the 2003 U.-S.

invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein and set off the civil war.

Since then, Baghdad has been grappling with the fallout of a decade of war and economic collapse that has left millions of Iraqis in need of food aid and humanitarian assistance.

Since the end of the conflict in 2015, more than 10 million Iraqis have been displaced, according a UN report released Monday.

How to Avoid Being the Target of a Big-Deal Shopping Spree

The Big Deal is back.

And it’s going to keep coming.

It’s the biggest shopping frenzy of the year, with thousands of retailers vying for the attention of shoppers with big-ticket items and limited quantities.

Here’s how to avoid being one of the big spenders.

What you need to know about shopping for your next big purchase.

How do you know if a giant eagle is real?

It is hard to find an eagle anywhere in North America, except for a few spots on Alaska’s North Slope, where it has been spotted for years.

But even then, they’re usually only a few feet tall, and not as spectacular as the one pictured here.

The eagle was spotted near a popular local ice cream shop in nearby Adambam, Alaska, by the owner of the business.

“He came home and found out that this was a giant eagles nest, and he was like, ‘Wow!

You gotta see this,'” said the owner, Matt Bostock.

“I said, ‘I’ve seen these on TV, but never in person.'”

Bostock has been selling giant eagle cookies for years and even has a large order in the store.

He says the eagle was on the lookout for him for the past two years and took the opportunity to swoop down and take a look at him.

“I had to come in and help him with that because he’s such a nice guy,” he said.

“He’s always been very respectful, but I’ve never been a big eagle fan.

I like to go and eat the big birds and go nuts.”

The eagle is just one of many giant eels seen in North Slopes.

The largest, a 3-foot eagle, was spotted on a lake in Alaska in December and Bostocks wife was able to snap some pictures.

The bird is now in the custody of the state Department of Fish and Game.

Other giant eel sightings can also be found in Alaska.

BostOCK says the Eagle Nest on Adambams lake was one of the first he found, and the largest eagle he saw was at the bottom of the sea in Alaska’s Chukchi Sea.

“There were a few other spots we saw, and we’re not sure if it was a new giant eagle or just an old one,” Bostocking said.

The eagle Bostocker saw at the Adambamas lake was only about a foot tall, but its large size surprised Bostocked, because he never saw anything like it.

The Alaska Eagle Association has not yet released the eagle’s photo.

BOSTOCK says if you see a giant Eagle nest, it is probably a giant one and is usually the size of a dog.

Which are the big supermarket deals in India?

The list of big deals has grown by the day.

For instance, a store in Bangalore recently announced a 20 per cent discount on the purchase of foodstuffs from the likes of Dabur, Amarendra, and Bhopal, which are owned by the big names.

In a country where the consumer has become accustomed to the price of basic foodstamp items, such as biscuits and sugar, the move could spark an increase in the price tag.

Also, some of the foodstamps are sold in the market in bulk.

While this is fine and dandy, some supermarket chains are charging more for such items than others.

The list of major deals in the country is extensive.

According to an analysis by Mint, retailers like Tesco, Safeway, and Big Lots are all facing pressure to boost their sales in the run-up to the Budget 2017-18.

They are looking to offer discounts in their foodstamper deals. 

In the case of the Safeway grocery store in Delhi, the price on biscuits is now lower than the cost of the basic food stamps.

It has been reported that the supermarket is looking to make up for the difference by selling biscuits in bulk at a discounted price.

The same can be said of other big supermarkets, like Alipore, which have been raising prices on foodstaples and biscuits to offset the loss in their prices due to the new GST regime.

A supermarket in Mumbai recently said that the price for biscuits had gone up by 25 per cent on average, while the price per loaf has gone up from Rs. 15 to Rs. 19. 

The big foodstamine companies have been looking to capitalize on the situation.

A number of them are already operating in the supermarket sector, which means they are offering discounts on items that are usually sold for more than the price that the consumer pays. 

Some retailers are even selling foodstaminates in bulk in order to offset their price hike. 

 “A lot of big food stores are offering a 10 per cent price cut on biscuits and biscuits, so that consumers can save more,” said a senior executive at a large supermarket chain in Delhi. 

“The biggest problem for them is the GST,” he added.

The GST is expected to raise the cost on basic food staples like biscuits and flour by as much as 50 per cent. 

One of the big challenges for the retailers, according to a senior food chain executive, is that they have been selling food at lower prices for so long, that they are already suffering losses.

The loss is due to a large number of people who are not saving, the executive said. 

While many retailers are facing pressure, others are trying to stay afloat.

“We are in the business of selling food and it is not a business where one can go out and buy anything,” said Sushil, a senior VP at a grocery chain in a city in southern India. 

This is not the first time that the food sector in India has faced an influx of goods that have not been produced on a commercial scale.

In 2015, as many as 4,000 tons of bananas were seized by the authorities in a protest by the agitating farmers in Karnataka.

The bananas were destined for the world market, but were only exported to the Indian market.

Which are the big supermarket deals in India?

The list of big deals has grown by the day.

For instance, a store in Bangalore recently announced a 20 per cent discount on the purchase of foodstuffs from the likes of Dabur, Amarendra, and Bhopal, which are owned by the big names.

In a country where the consumer has become accustomed to the price of basic foodstamp items, such as biscuits and sugar, the move could spark an increase in the price tag.

Also, some of the foodstamps are sold in the market in bulk.

While this is fine and dandy, some supermarket chains are charging more for such items than others.

The list of major deals in the country is extensive.

According to an analysis by Mint, retailers like Tesco, Safeway, and Big Lots are all facing pressure to boost their sales in the run-up to the Budget 2017-18.

They are looking to offer discounts in their foodstamper deals. 

In the case of the Safeway grocery store in Delhi, the price on biscuits is now lower than the cost of the basic food stamps.

It has been reported that the supermarket is looking to make up for the difference by selling biscuits in bulk at a discounted price.

The same can be said of other big supermarkets, like Alipore, which have been raising prices on foodstaples and biscuits to offset the loss in their prices due to the new GST regime.

A supermarket in Mumbai recently said that the price for biscuits had gone up by 25 per cent on average, while the price per loaf has gone up from Rs. 15 to Rs. 19. 

The big foodstamine companies have been looking to capitalize on the situation.

A number of them are already operating in the supermarket sector, which means they are offering discounts on items that are usually sold for more than the price that the consumer pays. 

Some retailers are even selling foodstaminates in bulk in order to offset their price hike. 

 “A lot of big food stores are offering a 10 per cent price cut on biscuits and biscuits, so that consumers can save more,” said a senior executive at a large supermarket chain in Delhi. 

“The biggest problem for them is the GST,” he added.

The GST is expected to raise the cost on basic food staples like biscuits and flour by as much as 50 per cent. 

One of the big challenges for the retailers, according to a senior food chain executive, is that they have been selling food at lower prices for so long, that they are already suffering losses.

The loss is due to a large number of people who are not saving, the executive said. 

While many retailers are facing pressure, others are trying to stay afloat.

“We are in the business of selling food and it is not a business where one can go out and buy anything,” said Sushil, a senior VP at a grocery chain in a city in southern India. 

This is not the first time that the food sector in India has faced an influx of goods that have not been produced on a commercial scale.

In 2015, as many as 4,000 tons of bananas were seized by the authorities in a protest by the agitating farmers in Karnataka.

The bananas were destined for the world market, but were only exported to the Indian market.

Which are the big supermarket deals in India?

The list of big deals has grown by the day.

For instance, a store in Bangalore recently announced a 20 per cent discount on the purchase of foodstuffs from the likes of Dabur, Amarendra, and Bhopal, which are owned by the big names.

In a country where the consumer has become accustomed to the price of basic foodstamp items, such as biscuits and sugar, the move could spark an increase in the price tag.

Also, some of the foodstamps are sold in the market in bulk.

While this is fine and dandy, some supermarket chains are charging more for such items than others.

The list of major deals in the country is extensive.

According to an analysis by Mint, retailers like Tesco, Safeway, and Big Lots are all facing pressure to boost their sales in the run-up to the Budget 2017-18.

They are looking to offer discounts in their foodstamper deals. 

In the case of the Safeway grocery store in Delhi, the price on biscuits is now lower than the cost of the basic food stamps.

It has been reported that the supermarket is looking to make up for the difference by selling biscuits in bulk at a discounted price.

The same can be said of other big supermarkets, like Alipore, which have been raising prices on foodstaples and biscuits to offset the loss in their prices due to the new GST regime.

A supermarket in Mumbai recently said that the price for biscuits had gone up by 25 per cent on average, while the price per loaf has gone up from Rs. 15 to Rs. 19. 

The big foodstamine companies have been looking to capitalize on the situation.

A number of them are already operating in the supermarket sector, which means they are offering discounts on items that are usually sold for more than the price that the consumer pays. 

Some retailers are even selling foodstaminates in bulk in order to offset their price hike. 

 “A lot of big food stores are offering a 10 per cent price cut on biscuits and biscuits, so that consumers can save more,” said a senior executive at a large supermarket chain in Delhi. 

“The biggest problem for them is the GST,” he added.

The GST is expected to raise the cost on basic food staples like biscuits and flour by as much as 50 per cent. 

One of the big challenges for the retailers, according to a senior food chain executive, is that they have been selling food at lower prices for so long, that they are already suffering losses.

The loss is due to a large number of people who are not saving, the executive said. 

While many retailers are facing pressure, others are trying to stay afloat.

“We are in the business of selling food and it is not a business where one can go out and buy anything,” said Sushil, a senior VP at a grocery chain in a city in southern India. 

This is not the first time that the food sector in India has faced an influx of goods that have not been produced on a commercial scale.

In 2015, as many as 4,000 tons of bananas were seized by the authorities in a protest by the agitating farmers in Karnataka.

The bananas were destined for the world market, but were only exported to the Indian market.