Officials are accused of paying compensation for land already owned by the government.
The aircraft was carrying mainly Russian climbers when it crash landed in the Tajik mountains.
The explanation of his plan to take the electric carmaker private follows legal action by some investors.
Beijing says reports of mass detentions are untrue, but admits sending some to "re-education centres".
Four days after the Taliban launched its most serious challenge to Afghanistan's government in three years, heavy fighting was taking place in Ghazni.
Iran's Supreme Leader is standing firm against reimposed US sanctions, saying Monday there would be "no war, nor will we negotiate with the United States."
The reaction to her casting as a lesbian Batwoman is "ridiculous", the actress says.
Moves to ease Turkey's economic woes fail to stop market turmoil as Turkey's row with US deepens.
Arnold Schwarzenegger replied to a depressed man looking for motivation to go to the gym and started a conversation about depression.
People in Ghazni are facing food and medicine shortages as a Taliban assault continues, the UN warns.
Nurseries struggle to keep up with demand as organised crime blamed for flourishing black market in the fruit.
Bayer insists glyphosate use is safe, but its market value drops after the record California payout.
The bus carrying Barcelona SC fans overturned on the way back from an away game in Cuenca.
A platform gives way during a concert at an urban sports and music festival in Vigo, northern Spain.
The women say the Essure implant may have caused wide-ranging problems, including chronic pain.
The still life, thought to be by artist Sir William Nicholson, failed to convince a leading expert.
The actress had said that women who speak up about sexual assault "look weak".
Heavy rains hit the Philippine capital at the weekend, leaving behind streets strewn with muddy rubbish.