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BitMEX's former CEO Arthur Hayes is proposing to surrender himself to the US authorities, over accusations that the crypto exchange failed to devise an adequate anti-money laundering programme.
OSLO (Reuters): The Norwegian central bank said on Wednesday (March 3) it had put Japan's Kirin Holdings Ltd Co on a watch list for possible exclusion from its US$1.3 trillion sovereign wealth fund over the beverage giant's ties to a business owned by Myanmar's military.
Parler is still alive and kicking – and the right-wing social media company, which styles itself as an “unbiased” home for conservatives, is still trying to wring money out of Amazon.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido said on Wednesday that he would support naming a new electoral council but said its members should not be chosen unilaterally by the National Assembly currently held by the ruling socialist party.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is sharing a quarantine cell in central Russia, allies said on Wednesday, revealing his location for the first time since he was moved from jail in Moscow last week to serve a 2-1/2 year sentence in a penal colony.
KUALA LUMPUR: It was a “trial by fire” for the Perikatan Nasional government when the movement control order was imposed barely two weeks after the Cabinet was formed.
NEW YORK: A billionaire hedge fund manager has paid US$105mil to New York, the biggest fine of its kind in the state, after being accused of dodging tax liability in 2017 on hundreds of millions of dollars in deferred investment fees.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Drastic measures taken by North Korea to contain coronavirus have exacerbated human rights abuses and economic hardship for its citizens, including reports of starvation, a United Nations investigator says.
KYIV (Reuters) - The President of the European Council Charles Michel said on Wednesday that EU sanctions over Moscow's treatment of opposition politician Alexei Navalny showed the EU was totally united in defending its interests.
US Democrats and Republicans in Congress are taking aim at a controversial law that shields Internet platforms including Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc from lawsuits over content posted by users.