Aircraft maker to pay $800 million in fines for corruption over decades in nearly a dozen countries.
Trains could be patrolled by soldiers under plan drafted by defense, interior ministers.
Ethics, safety concerns hang over the controversial treatment, so far approved by medical regulators only in the UK.
The huge state-funded international broadcaster also loses access to Twitter-based data mining service.
The proposed amnesty law, and changes to the criminal code, would set free around 2,500 people, including notorious politicians involved in graft and abuse-of-power cases.
Igor Dodon drops welcome words into his Russian counterpart Putin’s ear.
Uzbek authorities seek to recover some of the huge assets allegedly linked to late leader’s daughter.
The video used to convict the young teacher was also evidence in a case she helped bring about.
The secession-minded Milorad Dodik still hopes to get a visa in time for the Trump inauguration.
Decision, following similar moves by other Baltic states, comes amid major NATO military buildup in the region.
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