"We consider all justified appeals from state bodies," Google said in a statement. "We also require advertisers to act in accordance with the local law and our advertising policies."
Russian opposition activists mounted a day of protests on local polling day, off the back of mass public outrage at an increase of the country's retirement age.
Anthony Robert Harvey, 24, has been charged with five counts of murder after the bodies of his partner, three children and their grandmother were discovered.
The rights group China Aid said Muslims were also being persecuted.
The Mass Games is a huge, nationalist pageant performed by up to 100,000 people in what is believed to be the world's largest stadium.
John Bolton will warn Monday that the U.S. “will use any means necessary” to keep Americans from facing trial in what the administration considers an “illegitimate court.”
The Australian star of "Grease" was previously diagnosed with cancer in 1992 and 2013.
The 25-year-old admitted the charges.
Kueblboeck, the star of Germany's version of "American Idol" and a regular on TV in the country, is missing at sea.
The coins could be worth millions of dollars.
Two British tourists were among the victims.
"We will both prove everyone wrong!" Trump said of himself and Kim Jong Un on Twitter. "There is nothing like good dialogue from two people that like each other! Much better than before I took office."
Two-thirds of U.S. growth since 2011 was "directly attributable to migration," and any cuts to immigration would damage economic gains and hinder innovation, an analysis found.
"Putin and his government have plundered the budget for the past 18 years,” opposition leaders said Sunday.
“That you will see soon in the presidential campaign, yes,” the alleged Steele dossier source Sergei Millian said.
The verdicts for 700 people who took part in the 2013 protests were passed down by a Cairo criminal court.
Berlin has welcomed the move, calling it a "welcome sign of the vitality of the transatlantic relationship and a commitment to our joint security."
Trump said $200 billion worth of tariffs are "in the hopper" and another $267 billion could follow.
The Syrian Democratic Forces' top commander said he wanted "to spare children from the scourge and calamities of war."
There are seven different emirates in the UAE, and each has its own laws. Alcohol is completely banned in Sharjah, while tourists are allowed to consume alcohol in Dubai if they are in possession of an alcohol license.
On a conference call with reporters, President Donald Trump said that he would not give aid to Palestinian refugees unless they make peace with Israel.
“You get up in the morning, drink your coffee and read the paper. You look at a story and say, So is this the moment in which we’ve become fascist or isn’t it?” Israeli actor Itay Tiran said.
The manager of the animal sanctuary called the attack “an act of nature.”
Russian satellite had flown close to another satellite operated by France and Italy in order to spy on the two EU countries, French defense minister says.
Despite the reporting of 101 cases in Sweden, where child and forced marriages are illegal, only six resulted in court convictions between 2014 and 2018.
Officials in Sweden spent years in the run-up to their election looking at ways to address Russian disinformation and election interference.
It would be the first direct correspondence between the two since President Donald Trump canceled a high-level visit to North Korea, but they have exchanged praise.
Russia and Iran want to press forward with a Syrian military offensive to retake the last rebel-held province of Idlib, but Turkey is pushing for a truce.
Chinese consulate in Osaka evacuated 1,044 tourists on Wednesday night. Of those, 32 were from Taiwan.
The latest report on the world’s ultrawealthy sees a new contender leapfrog the Big Apple, as well as Paris challenging London as Europe’s big-money town.