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- 90% of homes flooded in Typhoon Hagibis ineligible for gov't supportFlooding at levels of less than 1 meter made up more than 90 percent of the approximately 68,000 homes damaged by the destructive Typhoon Hagibis, the government said Wednesday, making the homeowners unlikely to receive financial support under current law.
- EAEU central banks working on agreement on overseeing payment systemsThe central banks of the Eurasian Economic Union member states are about to finish work on the agreement on oversight over payment systems, BelTA learned from NBRB Deputy Chairman of the Board Dmitry Kalechits during the international forum on banking industry information technologies BANKIT on 22 October.
- 11 more beluga whales from Srednyaya Bay released in RussiaA new group of beluga whales that had been staying in the Srednyaya Bay have been released to the wild in the Khabarovsk Region, the Russian Science and Research Institute of Fishery and Oceanography (VNIRO) told TASS on Wednesday.
- Elbasy: Kazakhstan treats Japan as one of the most important partners in AsiaKazakhstan treats Japan as one of the most important partners in Asia, said the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan-Elbasy Nursultan Nazarbayev at a presentation of the Japanese Government's project on supporting the Kazakhstan program "Archive-2025".
- AirAsia intends to launch direct flights to KazakhstanAsia's largest low-cost carrier AirAsia intends to open direct flights to Kazakhstan, Kazinform reports with reference to the civil aviation committee.
- U.S. Senate approves North Macedonia to NATOThe U.S. Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved North Macedonia's accession to NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization).
- OIE declares Kazakhstan free of bird fluAccording to the official website of the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) has published information on declaring Kazakhstan as a country free of bird flu.