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India to approach Financial Action Task Force (FATF) against Canada for inaction over terror funding: Report

Indian officials have reportedly said that Canada is trying to deflect from the real problem of Khalistani terror funding

‘Yes Bank co-founder Rana Kapoor was forced to buy a painting from Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’: FATF

According to FATF, Rana Kapoor allegedly received benefits and accolades for buying a 'mediocre' painting from Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

Terror financing watchdog FATF removes Pakistan from grey list saying it has made good progress in addressing deficiencies

The decision was taken by the FATF in its plenary held in Paris on October 20 and 21.

Pakistan arrests Sajid Mir, the ‘dead’ mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai attacks who has suddenly come back to life

Sajid Mir was wanted in connection with the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks. He is wanted by the FBI and has a $5 million bounty on his head.

Qatar based Eid Charity, accused by US of assisting Al Qaeda, sent almost ₹60 crore to India for Muslims, finds study by think tank

Qatar-based Sheikh Eid Bin Mohammad Al Thani Charitable Association, also referred to as Eid Charity, has been funding millions of dollars to organisations associated with the Wahhabi school of thought since 2008-2009.

Pakistan draws up smokescreen again, ‘arrests’ LeT commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi ahead of FATF meeting

To avoid downgrading to blacklist from grelist by the FATF, Pakistan has enacted the drama of arresting LeT commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi

European Union MPs write to EU President, ask for sanctions against Pakistan for admitting its role in Pulwama terror attacks

The MEPs also said that Pakistan, under the control of successive political regimes and leaders, has been well documented as a country of 'State Sponsored Terrorism'.

Pakistan fumes over reports of Saudi denying permission for ‘Kashmir Black Day’ program after it voted against it at FATF

After certain media reports suggested that Saudi Arabia had voted against Pakistan at the FATF plenary keeping it in grey list, the Arab nation has now reportedly denied Pakistan permission to hold 'Kashmir Black Day' on 27th October.

Terror-state Pakistan likely to remain in FATF ‘grey list’ as it fails to act against Islamic terrorist groups

As Pakistan has failed to comply 6 out of 27 points in FATF action plan, it is unlikely to come out of the grey list till June next year

Pakistan: Imran Khan’s attempts to woo FATF face hurdles from opposition parties over fears of misuse of laws against them

Imran Khan govt could not pass laws aimed at removing Pakistan from FATF grey list due to non-cooperation by opposition parties

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