World Bank President David Malpass said there were still "many unknowns" about the fast-spreading virus and "much more" aid might be required, but he declined to elaborate.
Washington claims imports of medicine are exempted, but the ground reality says the opposite, as tens of thousands of Iranians in need of emergency medical care are slowly inching towards death.
As the country slides closer to economic collapse and people are unable to access their money, questions are being asked about how the currency was kept stable for so many years during economic stagnation.
Police detained around 400 people for offences including unlawful assembly and possession of offensive weapons, in the protest which organisers said more than a million people attended.
Italy's government approved a capital injection, up to $992 million, to rescue the ailing cooperative bank Popolare di Bari on Sunday.
The fallout from the 2008 global financial crisis refuses to go away and now leading economists may be looking to upend traditional neoliberal economic policy.
The move would shift the banks' loan books away from fossil fuels in an attempt to fight climate change.
The destruction of telecom towers in Somalia, allegedly by Kenyan forces, will damage Somalia's economy and could destabilise the entire Horn of Africa.
Turkey's support to the UN-backed Government of National Accord in Libya should be replicated by other responsible global powers.
As a no-deal Brexit looms on the horizon, more than a dozen banks based in Britain have shifted $1.44 trillion in assets to the eurozone to avoid the negative effects of Brexit on their transactions.
Since the US quit the nuclear deal with Iran, there has never been a better time for the two to sit down and talk.
US President Donald Trump has been taking a more measured approach than other hawks in his cabinet, and it might be paying off.
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