A huge drop in exports may pile pressure on leader Kim Jong Un.
Russia is done waiting for football miracles, according to new petition.
Bashar-al Assad says MPs were "disconnected from reality" when they called for a referendum.
Parliamentary chairman Andrey Parubiy said NATO membership is "a matter of time."
Allegations of criminal behavior by Macedonian politicians have sparked a crisis in a region with a history of conflict.
Russia should use cryptocurrency, Andrei Lugovoi said.
The Russian president opened the door to reconciliation ahead of a visit to Greece.
President Rafeal Correa wants to temporarily raise taxes, offer assets for sale and possibly issue bonds to pay for reconstruction.
The parliament-government stalemate ends with new PM, the president said.
European politicians are under fire for allegedly playing down criticism of Turkey following a deal.
Members of Asker are set to reinforce the internal border with Crimea next month.
The leak of confidential documents from a Panamanian law firm earlier this month has angered the Kremlin.
There were failures on all levels of government, including the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a report from the governor-appointed task force said.
More Russians live in poverty now than during the financial crisis of 2008.
A campaign group estimates there may be more than 3 million sex workers in the country.
European states have tightened border controls in recent months.