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Hong Kong leader announces withdrawal of controversial extradition bill
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Wednesday announced the withdrawal of an extradition bill that triggered months of unrest and threw the Chinese-ruled city into its worst crisis in decades, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
US senator introduces bill to punish bin Salman, Saudi over rights abuses
A senior Republican senator in the US Congress has introduced a bipartisan bill that would punish Saudi Arabia for its extensive violations of human rights, including the war on the people of Yemen and over the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Iraqi gov’t passes bill on free visa for Iranians
The Iraqi Council of Ministers on Tuesday passed a bill to lift visa charges for Iranians.
Bill bans ‘abhorrent’ quizzing of domestic abuse victims in British courts
Domestic abusers will no longer be able to cross-examine their former spouses in family courts in the UK, under a comprehensive government package of reforms to tackle the issue.
Iran approves anti-money laundering bill
Iran’s top arbitration body gave its approval on Saturday to an anti-money laundering bill seen as crucial to maintaining international trade and banking ties.
Rouhani to submit national budget bill to Parliament on Tuesday
President Hassan Rouhani plans to submit the proposed budget bill for the year to start March 2019 to the Iranian Parliament on Tuesday, a lawmaker said.
Official: Next budget bill focuses on Iranians' livelihood amid US sanctions
The head of Iran's Budget and Planning Organization said the budget bill for the next fiscal year that will begin on March 21 has been submitted to the Parliament.
Italian lawmakers pass tough anti-migrant bill despite criticism
The Italian parliament has approved as law a tough anti-migrant and security bill drafted by far-right Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini despite strong criticism from the political left.
Japan cabinet approves bill to accept foreign workers
Japan's cabinet on Friday approved a draft bill to bring more blue-collar foreign workers into the country, in a controversial move to address chronic labor shortages.
Facebook's UK tax bill triples to £15.7m
Facebook paid £15.7 million in tax in the UK last year, which is triple the amount it paid in the previous year.
Iran's Parliament postpones decision on accession to FATF
Iranian parliamentarians on Sunday voted to postpone decision on Iran’s accession to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
China ‘strongly dissatisfied’ with US bill on Taiwan
China has expressed strong dissatisfaction with a newly-passed US Senate bill that aims to promote closer ties between the US and self-governing Taiwan, which China sees as part of its territory.

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