Terror Financing

  Posted on: Wednesday, July 7, 2021
Pak left loopholes in accounts for terror financing to dodge FATF scrutiny
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Pakistan has deliberately left loopholes in small savings accounts to help financing terrorist groups, many of whom enjoy the patronage of the state

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