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Indian terror financing

India’s nefarious designs have once again have exposed after its links have been proven in the Johar Town explosion in Lahore last week. The Indian media rejoiced at Pakistan being retained in the FATF’s grey list but it is now

JuD chief Hafiz Saeed sentenced in terror financing case

ISLAMABAD: An anti-terrorism court (ATC) in Lahore sentenced Jamat-ud-Dawa leader Hafiz Saeed to five and a half years imprisonment in a terror financing case. The court has also imposed a fine of Rs110,000 and ordered the confiscation of his properties.

FATF meets to decide Pakistan’s fate on grey list

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is likely to remain on the grey list of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) as it has been unable to comply with six of the 27-point action plan. The Paris-based global watchdog on global terror financing and

Pakistan determined to eradicate terror financing, money laundering: FM

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said the terror financing and money laundering are the menace that Pakistan has to confront and eradicate. Speaking in the National Assembly on Wednesday, the foreign minister said long deliberations were held with

Pakistan has made efforts in improving counter-terror financing: China

BEIJING: The Chinese foreign ministry on Friday said a majority of Financial Action Task Force (FATF) members recognised Pakistan’s efforts in improving its counter-terrorism financing (CTF) regime and will continue offering assistance in this regard. Addressing the regular press conference,

Another FATF meeting

The fate of Pakistan is once again in the hands of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to be moved from the so-called grey list. A plenary session of the FATF is being held in Paris to review progress made

FATF compliance report

While the government continues to boast about economic stability and the stock market upturn, Pakistan’s presence on FATF’s grey list remains a chief reason why foreign investments have still not poured in. Pakistan narrowly escaped getting further downgraded in September

FATF’s final deadline

There should be no rejoicing over the recent meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in Paris during which Pakistan escaped a blacklist on anti-money and counter-terrorism financing standards. Rather it was a sigh of relief that Pakistan was

Pakistan to remain on FATF’s grey list till February 2020

ISLAMABAD: The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) on Friday announced that Pakistan will remain on its grey list for the next four months. This has handed Pakistan a final lifeline after acknowledging recent improvements. The nation escaped from a blacklist

Moment of truth at FATF

A crucial meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has commenced in Paris where Pakistan’s fate hangs in the balance. Either our nation will be blacklisted for inadequate measures against money laundering and terror financing or remain on the