The meeting marks the first breakthrough in international efforts to try and broker a ceasefire between the two sides.
Gazprom insists there are no grounds for the fine and says it is a politically-motivated move to please the US government.
In the past, the diffusion of Russian media in Moldova was strictly controlled. After President Igor Dodon’s pro-Russian Party of Socialists (PSRM) came to power in June 2019, the rules of the game quickly changed.
Irina Slavina set herself on fire outside a regional police headquarters on Friday.
Concerns about Russia’s intentions in the region have risen since Moscow’s annexation of Crimea in 2014.
A Russian suspect in the downing of flight MH17 has asked to be allowed to give his version of events in court, denying any involvement as the trial resumed in the Netherlands.
The opposition figure was in hospital in Berlin being treated for Novichok poisoning when Merkel came to the hospital for "a private meeting".
World Athletics had previously said RusAF could be expelled from membership if it didn't compose an anti-doping plan.
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It comes as Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko is facing regular protests calling on him to resign.
Russia's space agency has announced an independent national effort to explore Earth's twin after news there could be signs of life in the Venus' clouds.
'You can't be an apolitical musician in Ukraine,' says Konstantin 'Khaoth' Zmievsky, the drummer of Ukrainian black metal band Khors.
The Russian opposition leader is now able to leave his bed, the Berlin hospital treating him said.