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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department on Thursday said it took down efforts by the military wing of Hamas, al Qaeda and Islamic State to raise funds via cryptocurrency through schemes that included selling bogus COVID-19 safety equipment to U.S. hospitals.
The chief executives of four US technology giants endured withering, rapid-fire questioning for more than five hours from lawmakers who accused their companies of using their power to crush rivals and squash competition.
Chief executives from four of the biggest US technology companies will face a moment of reckoning on July 29 in an extraordinary joint appearance before Congress that will air bipartisan concerns that they are using their dominance to crush rivals at the expense of consumers.
KUALA LUMPUR/NEW YORK: Goldman Sachs will pay US$3.9 billion to settleMalaysia's criminal probe over the U.S. investment bank's role in the multibillion-dollar 1MDB scandal, closing a key front in the multi-jurisdictional investigation that has hung over Goldman.
PETALING JAYA: Goldman Sachs has agreed to a total settlement of US$3.9bil (RM16.63bil) to resolve outstanding charges and claims related to the three bond transactions that the investment bank had structured and arranged for 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB), says the Finance Ministry.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN): A party-list lawmaker on Tuesday (July 21) called for a congressional inquiry to shed light on the deaths of high-profile inmates at the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) in Muntinlupa City allegedly due to Covid-19.
SINGAPORE/ KUALA LUMPUR, July 20 (The Straits Times/ANN): The Malaysian government and international banking giant Goldman Sachs will resume talks this week in Kuala Lumpur in a final attempt between both parties to hammer out a multi-billion dollar financial settlement over the fiasco at state-owned 1Malaysian Development Bhd (1MDB).
Almost a quarter of the videos TikTok took down in 2019’s second half involved inappropriate behaviour by minors, from illegal drug use to sexual activity.
MANILA (Philippines Daily Inquirer/ANN): President Rodrigo Duterte does not have the power to proscribe or designate groups as terrorist organisations, the main proponent of the Anti-Terrorism Act said on Thursday (July 9).