Digital rights groups are worried that the deal gives the four companies excessive power.
Afghans make up one of the world's largest refugee populations by nationality.
A human-rights monitor says Russian warplanes carried out the bombardment.
It is believed the weapon may have been a Musudan missile, which can reach Japan.
As more Syrian refugees in Europe gain the right to work, slowly they're helping people back home.
The Labour Party's former director of communications is most critical of Boris Johnson.
Until 1994, male homosexuality remained a crime under West German law.
Ankara is unable to fulfil all the EU's conditions for unrestricted travel.
In total, authorities have found five pieces of wreckage believed to be from the plane.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court turned down her appeal to halt impeachment proceedings.
Demonstrators said the laws will make it easier for employers to ignore workers' rights.
Governments are failing to resettle displaced people, leading to a growing annual total.
A court found him guilty of genocide, rape and torture during the 1971 independence war.
Her lawyers have asked the Supreme Court to stop proceedings ahead of a Senate vote.
The reforms are necessary to secure further bailout funds from Greece's creditors.
In total, offshore accounts hold between $24 trillion to $34 trillion, new research shows.
The murder of Asad Shah has the religious community worried that it will face more violence.
Mallya has refused to return to India to answer questioning over his finances.
Pyongyang wants the U.S. to halt its military exercises with South Korea in return.
Ankara meanwhile says it won't negotiate with the party.
The claim has not been independently confirmed and civilian casualties are unknown.
Both countries have been carrying out airstrikes in Syria.
Officials have arrested one man on suspicion of hacking government servers.
Campbell is hoping to persuade Irish people to get behind the remain campaign.
The government will also sell off state assets to fund the billions in damages.