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UAE drafts new law on charity fundraising to combat money laundering
The UAE is developing a new law that will further regulate fundraising and donations for charity in the country to tackle money laundering.
The legislation – or the ‘Fundraising Regulatory Law’ – will apply to non-government organizations soliciting funds in the country, according to a senior government official.
Criminal charges against Alec Baldwin not ruled out
Criminal charges against actor Alec Baldwin, who shot dead a cinematographer and wounded the director on the set of his latest movie, have not been ruled out, the local district...
Why more Brits are turning to food banks
London’s food banks were busy before the pandemic. But now, rising food prices, higher energy costs and cuts to government benefits are forcing legions of people to turn to char...
In Rare Move, US School Shooter's Parents Charged With Manslaughter
Four students, aged 14 to 17, were killed in the US school shooting at Oxford High School north of Detroit and six more were wounded, along with a teacher.
US Nurse Jailed For 10 Years For Raping, Impregnating Disabled Woman
Nathan Sutherland admitted sexually abusing his then-29-year-old patient at the facility in the US state of Arizona, where she had been cared for since she was three.
IMF Chief Warns Omicron Variant Could Slow Global Economy Recovery
"Even before the arrival of this new variant, we were concerned that the recovery, while it continues, is losing somewhat momentum," the IMF chief said.
Iran "Does Not Seem To Be Serious": US On Stalled Nuclear Talks
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned that Washington would not let its adversary prolong talks while continuing to advance its nuclear ambitions, and would pursue "other ...
US Secretary Of State Warns China Over Taiwan As Global Crises Mount
Asked if China was going to invade Taiwan, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said "that would be a potentially disastrous decision," repeating that Washington is "resolutely ...
South Africa's Covid Cases Cross 3 Million Amid Omicron Surge
The government on Friday reported 16,055 new cases over a 24-hour period, taking the cumulative laboratory-confirmed cases over three million.
October Deadliest Month Of Pandemic In Russia With 75,000 Deaths
The agency reported that total deaths since Russia recorded its first case stood at more than 520,000, the third worst fatality count in the world behind the United States and B...
Hoarse-Voiced, US President Joe Biden Says It's "Just A Cold"
"I am okay," US President Joe Biden said. "I have a test every day... a Covid test. They check me for all the strains."
Omicron Could Displace Delta: WHO's Soumya Swaminathan
Soumya Swaminathan said it was far from certain that Omicron emerged in southern Africa.
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