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Korean Government Says 28 Crypto Exchanges Have Met Regulatory Requirements to Continue Operations - Regulation Bitcoin News
28 Cryptocurrency Exchanges Meet Regulatory Requirements
South African Court Rejects Former President's Plea to Overturn Prison Sentence
JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's highest court on Friday rejected an appeal to throw out the prison sentence of Jacob Zuma, the former president who was jailed for refusing to appear before a commission investigating corruption accusations that tainted his tenure as the nation's leader.
EU Parliament resolution urges sanctions on Lebanon officials
The strongly-worded European Parliament resolution blames Lebanese officials for obstructing Beirut blast probe and destroying the country's economy.
Chairman of Prince Charles's charitable foundation resigns
The chairman of Prince Charles's charitable foundation has resigned following claims that a six-figure sum from a wealthy Russian donor was accepted before being rejected by its ethics committee.
Colombo Family Crime Boss and 12 Others Are Arrested, Prosecutors Say
More than a dozen reputed members of the Colombo crime family, including the mob clan's entire leadership, were charged Tuesday in a sweeping labor racketeering case brought by federal prosecutors in Brooklyn.
PassFort, a RegTech SaaS for KYC and AML, nets $16.2M
London-based PassFort, a SaaS provider that helps business meet compliance requirements such as KYC (Know Your Customer) and AML (Anti-Money Laundering) reporting, has closed a $16.2 million Series A led by US growth equity fund, Level Equity.
Woman pleads guilty to role in pot delivery business
BOSTON (AP) - A Massachusetts woman who worked for an unlicensed marijuana delivery company that had millions of dollars in revenue has pleaded guilty, federal prosecutors said Monday.
Scottish watchdog looks into Russian donation to Prince Charles charity
Scotland's charity regulator has announced an investigation following claims that a six-figure sum from a wealthy Russian donor was accepted by Prince Charles's charitable foundation before being rejected by its ethics committee.
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Scholz braves conservative attacks to win second German election debate
Candidates representing the two parties that have governed Germany in a "grand coalition" for 12 out of the past 16 years tore into each other's record on Sunday night, in a televised election debate that saw centre-left frontrunner Olaf Scholz declared winner despite swipes from his conservative rival.