October 16, 2021 08:21 (IST)
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Exiled dissidents demonstrate outside FATF Paris hdqs demanding action against Pakistan

Paris: Around 30-40 exiled dissidents from Balochistan, Tibet, Hong Kong and of the Pashtun and Uyghur communities demonstrated outside the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) headquarters here on Saturday and urged action against Pakistan, media reports said.

FATF: US President Joe Biden faces Pakistan challenge soon

Islamabad/Washington: A geopolitical expert has warned that US President Joe Biden should not allow China to back Pakistan and help it in passing the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) test without much hindrance.

Pakistan: Imran Khan government gets flak from PPP for FATF verdict

Islamabad/UNI: While the Pakistan government has claimed the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)'s decision to keep the country in the grey list as a diplomatic victory, the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has sought an explanation from it over the outcome.

Afghanistan lawmaker says Pakistan will not be able to escape FATF grey list

Kabul: A member of the Afghanistan Parliament has claimed that despite high diplomacy and other steps, Pakistan will still remain in the FATF (Financial Action Task Force) grey list.

Terrorism: FATF's Asia Pacific Group keeps Pakistan on 'Enhanced Follow-up List'

Islamabad: Pakistan received a jolt as the Financial Action Task Force's (FATF's) Asia Pacific Group (APG) on Money Laundering has kept the country on "Enhanced Follow-up List" for its slow progress on the technical recommendations of the FATF to fight terror financing, media reports said. 

FATF greylist: Pakistan 'hires' lobbyist firm for US bailout

Islamabad: Pakistan seems to have hired a lobbyist firm on the  Capitol Hill to push a narrative favouring Islamabad with US President Donald Trump-led administration and get bailed out of the club of nations on the “grey list', just days ahead of the crucial Financial Action Task Force (FATF) meeting.

Pakistan drops 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, other terrorists' names from watchlist

Islamabad/IBNS: Ahead of a new round of assessments by the global anti-money-laundering watchdog FATF, Pakistan has removed names of 1800 terrorists from its watchlist, as per a report published by a US-based start-up that automates watchlist compliance.