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Global terror financing watchdog  FATF decides to retain Pakistan in ...

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Paris/Islamabad/IBNS/UNI: In a setback for Pakistan, global terror financing watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) on Tuesday decided to retain the south Asian nation in its ‘Grey List’.
Afghanistan: Militants kill judge
Afghanistan/Xinhua/UNI:  Taliban militants has killed a primary court judge in Afghanistan's western Herat province, a local official said Tuesday.
Police arrest 6 drug traffickers in Afghanistan: gov't
Kabul/Xinhua/UNI: The Counter-Narcotics Police of Afghanistan (CNPA) have arrested six narcotic drug traffickers in five provinces, the country's Interior Ministry said Tuesday.
Pakistan: Eight killed, over 100 affected in Karachi toxic gas leak
Karachi/UNI: Eight people have been killed and over 100 affected after a toxic gas suspected to be Hydrogen Sulphide leaked in here, Pakistan health authorities has confirmed.
Pakistan observers sniff eyewash on Masood Azhar, Hafiz Saeed ahead of FATF ruling
Islamabad/IBNS: In what can be seen as a golden eyewash at a time when the threat of being blacklisted by international terror financing and money laundering watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) looms large over it, Pakistan last week convicted Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) founder Hafiz Saeed, who was arrested last year, in two terror financing cases. However, the reality inside Pakistan can be different with strong beliefs by observers that Pakistan is stage-managing the episode and even claiming that another top terrorist, Masood Azhar, the mastermind of the Pulwama attack last year February in India killing 40 soldiers, has gone missing. 
World must ‘step up’, match Pakistan’s compassion for refugees, says UN chief
New York/IBNS: Pakistan’s solidarity and compassion for hosting Afghan refugees is a remarkable blueprint that the rest of the world should follow.
Three killed, 15 injured in blast in Pakistan
Islamabad/Xinhua: A blast hit a busy road in Pakistan's southwest provincial capital Quetta on Monday evening, leaving three people dead and 15 others injured, local media and rescue officials said.
US-Taliban peace deal finalised:Abdullah
Kabul,/UNI: Chief Executive of the Afghan Unity Government Abdullah Abdullah on Monday claimed that the peace agreement between the Taliban and US has been "finalised."
Over 50 Taliban militants surrender in 2 Afghan provinces: Defense Ministry
Kabul/Sputnik/UNI: More than 50 members of the Taliban movement have surrendered to the Afghan security forces in the country's provinces of Herat and Ghor, the Afghan Defense Ministry said on Monday.
Foreign military helicopter crashes in Afghanistan because of Taliban attack: statement
Kabul/Sputnik/UNI: A foreign military helicopter crashed in Afghanistan on Monday in a Taliban attack, according to the movement's statement.
Coronavirus suspicion: China returnee admitted to Bangladesh hospital
Dhaka/IBNS: A student, who recently returned from China, was admitted to a government hospital in Bangladesh city of Habiganj on suspicion of the novel coronavirus, media reports said on Monday.
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