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Agriculture ministry hopes the initiative will stop people buying fatty imported meat.
More than 70% of the country's population relies on food aid, the United Nations says.
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A school being used as a shelter by up to 50 families was hit on Monday night, activists say.
At one point 40 people watched the broadcast but nobody reported it to police.
They were first set up after an attack on a military-run school that killed 134 children in 2015.
The German cabinet says homosexuals handed post-war sentences under a Nazi-era law should be cleared.
The aircraft ban on electronic devices was prompted by an Islamic State group threat, say US media.
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium lead a minute's silence at Zaventem airport in Brussels.
The ex-oil executive says his wife convinced him to be secretary of state, a job he did not want.
The company says it was less trouble than going to the bank.
He was told by US border officers to drink a liquid he was carrying; it was liquid methamphetamine.
Paul Manafort's spokesman denies the allegation by a Ukrainian lawmaker as "baseless".
Nikolai Gorokhov represents the interests of the family of the lawyer whose death caused a crisis.
Belgium's king leads a minute's silence at Zaventem airport for victims of the suicide bombings.
The crush at toilet break time has killed two and left 20 injured, reports say.
It was left on a commuter flight after a passenger had left the animal, which was listed as a pet, in the cabin on a previous flight.
The video comes amid a flurry of rocket engine tests and missile launches in North Korea.
What began as a joke is now spreading across the island, ahead of the World Baseball Classic final.
The US military said it detected a failed North Korean launch, which exploded within seconds.