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FATF warns Pakistan of blacklisting if it doesn't choke terror funding

Mid-Day Saturday, 19 October 2019
*Paris:* Global terror financing watchdog FATF on Friday kept Pakistan on its 'Grey List' till February next year for its failure to take adequate action against money laundering and terror financing. The Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF) after its five-day plenary, which concluded here on Friday, noted that Pakistan...
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FRESH WARNING FOR PAKISTAN BY TERROR FUNDING WATCHDOG, FATF WILL TAKE A FINAL DECISION ON PAKISTAN'S POSITION IN FEBRUARY NEXT YEAR, PAKISTAN PLACED ON FATF GREY LIST IN JUNE 2018

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