Lawmakers, media regulator said close to imposing stricter rules on foreign media and ‘undesirables.’
Country’s appalling record includes beatings and intimidation of journalists in an environment dominated by corruption.
Protesters called for a ‘white Europe’ and ‘Islamic Holocaust,’ in a show of support for a Catholic, and not secular, Poland.
Georgia and Russia have no diplomatic relations, but their Orthodox churches remain on friendly terms.
Alliance tries to allay concerns of unpreparedness in the face of Russia’s aggressive European policy.
EU officials could consider the initiative at Eastern Partnership summit.
A dozen others also face charges of financial skulduggery at the Balkans’ biggest food producer.
Rolls-Royce has already paid $800 million to settle allegations of corruption in several countries.
Central Asian country has the highest rate of disease and the highest rate of mortality from the disease in the world.
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