Promising growth, Bangladesh's iron lady seeks re-election

Dec 29, 2018

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is poised to win re-election as critics question whether the nation's tremendous economic success has undermined its fragile democracy

Iran submits first budget since US sanctions were restored

Dec 25, 2018

Iran's president has submitted next year's budget to parliament, the first after the United States renewed sanctions targeting the oil industry

Sri Lanka passes stopgap, plans full budget vote in February

Dec 24, 2018

Sri Lanka's finance ministry said Monday that it will present next year's budget in February after the parliament approved a 1.77-trillion-rupee ($9.39 billion) stopgap measure to avoid a government shutdown January 1

After delays, Egypt's new mega-museum set to open in 2020

Dec 23, 2018

On the Giza Plateau outside Cairo, thousands of Egyptians are laboring in the shadow of the pyramids to erect a monument worthy of the pharaohs

Sudan protests resume for 4th day over prices, shortages

Dec 22, 2018

Sudan's protests over worsening economic conditions resumed for fourth consecutive day

Iraq receives 90-day extension to Iran sanctions waiver

Dec 21, 2018

The U.S. has granted Iraq a 90-day Iran sanctions waiver to allow it to continue to import electricity from Tehran

Sudan says it will firmly deal with law-breaking protesters

Dec 21, 2018

Sudan's government says it's doing everything it could to deal with shortages of basic food items and services, but will not hesitate to deal firmly with anyone breaking the law

UAE to give $3 billion to Pakistan to boost economy

Dec 21, 2018

A Pakistani Cabinet minister says the government of United Arab Emirates will soon deposit $3 billion into the State Bank of Pakistan to help the cash-strapped Islamic nation overcome its economic woes

Thousands protest economic woes in Sudan, at least 2 dead

Dec 20, 2018

Anti-government protests sweep Sudanese cities for 2nd consecutive day, including the capital Khartoum and eastern city where two are reported dead in clashes

Iran's Persian rug-makers suffer as US unravels nuclear deal

Dec 20, 2018

As the Trump administration works to unravel Iran's 2015 nuclear deal with word powers, the producers of the country's famed Persian carpets fear they will lose vital markets

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