US allows US$6 billion transfer as part of Iran prisoner swap
The broad outlines of the US-Iran deal under which five US citizens detained by Iran would be allowed to leave in exchange for the transfer of the funds and the release of five Iranians held in the US were made public.
Israel seizes millions in digital funds meant for Iranian proxies
Israeli Defence Minister Yoav Gallant says he approved an operation that was aimed at identifying and confiscating funds laundered by organisations supported by arch-enemy Iran.
Indonesia to break ground for US$2.7 billion housing project in new capital in Q2
Authorities have already started building basic infrastructure in the area, with an aim to start relocating some government administration and civil servants in 2024.
Pakistan seeks billions for flood recovery, climate resilience
Pakistan's government aims to cover half the amount with 'domestic resources', including its development budget and through public-private partnerships.
England rushes to discharge hospital patients to ease bed-blocking crisis
Patients are being treated in corridors and ambulances have been queuing to hand over patients to emergency wards, as doctors and nurses struggle to discharge patients amid a shortage of staff and beds.
International economists ask Biden to release Afghan central bank funds
Afghanistan's economy has plunged deep into crisis since the Taliban took over almost a year ago as foreign forces withdrew.
Director, former commandant at military academy charged with RM920,000 CBT
Azman Mohamed Yasin and Mohamad Adkaa Solahuddin were also slapped with an alternative charge of misappropriating the money.
Public unis turn to special plate numbers in bid to shore up coffers
Universities are hoping to cash in on Malaysians' craze for special vehicle registration numbers to replace some of the income lost to Covid-19.
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