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FATF: Pak remains in terror ‘grey list', gets 8-point to-do list from global watchdog

Pakistan had last returned to the FATF ‘grey list’ in June 2018 when the global anti-terror funding watchdog found deficiencies in Islamabad’s money laundering and anti-terror funding laws and their implementation.

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Fewer virus cases in China, but deaths abroad increase

China on Thursday touted a big drop in new virus infections as proof its epidemic control efforts are working, but

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FATF retains Pakistan in ‘grey list’, delivers a sharp warning on blacklisting

Pakistan, which has about 40 terror groups, had attempted to showcase the conviction of Jamaat-ud-Dawa emir Hafiz Saeed as a reflection of its commitment to act against terror. But it had to face hard questions about other global terrorists including Maulana Masood Azhar, chief of the proscribed Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and Dawood Ibrahim who are sheltered by its establishment.

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Stern message to Pak from FATF members, Turkey sole exception

One of the delegates at FATF said that while Pakistan was desperately trying to mislead its own public through misleading, wrong and selective media leaks, the fact is that the onus is on Islamabad to act on FATF parameters to avoid being blacklisted in the future.

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Kumar Sangakkara hopes England resume Pakistan tours as international cricket slowly returns to country

Kumar Sangakkara, who is leading an MCC tour of Pakistan, believes it is time for England to return to the

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Even the ECB’s Own Research Shows It Needs to Boost Its Trust

(Bloomberg) -- Want the lowdown on European markets? In your inbox before the open, every day. Sign up here. The

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Terror attack in Kashmir can lead to India-Pak military confrontation: Report

The report, however, glossed over Islamabad’s use of terror as an instrument of state policy and the role played by Pakistan-based terror groups in targeting India.

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Didn’t Violate Laws by Visiting Pakistan: ‘Indian Kabaddi’ Coach

Pakistan defeated India and won 43-41 in the final of the World Cup on Sunday in Lahore’s Punjab Stadium.

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Pakistan No Longer a ‘Safe Haven’ for Terror Groups: Imran Khan

Khan said Pakistan seeks peace in Afghanistan and instability in the war-torn country was not in its interest.

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Probe ‘Unofficial’ Indian Team’s Visit to Pak: Rijiju to AKFI

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan took to Twitter to congratulate his team after it beat India in the final.

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Pakistan no longer a militant safe haven: PM Imran Khan

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan insisted Monday that his country is no longer a militant safe haven, and said his

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Pak PM Warns of New Refugee Crisis Due to Indian Govt’s Policies

Khan said Modi’s statement that India can destroy Pakistan in 11 days is not a responsible statement.

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Graphic: Take Five - In sickness and in health

(Reuters) - 1/CHINA ON SICK LEAVE A leap in coronavirus cases in Hubei gave markets pause, for all of 24

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Take Five: In sickness and in health

(Reuters) - 1/CHINA ON SICK LEAVE A leap in coronavirus cases in Hubei gave markets pause, for all of 24

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ECB negative rates not harmful, but inflation rise to stay elusive - Reuters poll

By Richa Rebello BENGALURU (Reuters) - The European Central Bank's negative interest rate policy is not harming the euro zone

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Pakistan Win ‘Unofficial’ Kabaddi WC vs India, Imran Congratulates

Pakistan defeated India won 43-41 in the final of the World Cup on Sunday in Lahore’s Punjab Stadium.

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Pakistan win circle-style Kabaddi World Cup after defeating ‘unauthorised’ Indian team

The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) on Monday said it has not sanctioned any kabaddi team’s visit to Pakistan for a world level tournament.

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Lagarde Confronts Political Cost of ECB’s Subzero Rate Policy

(Bloomberg) -- “Nobody trusts you,” lawmaker Joerg Meuthen told European Central Bank chief Christine Lagarde, switching briefly to English during

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ECB negative rates not harmful, but inflation rise to stay elusive: Reuters poll

By Richa Rebello BENGALURU (Reuters) - The European Central Bank's negative interest rate policy is not harming the euro zone

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India slams Erdogan’s comments on Kashmir

Indian foreign ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar said Kashmir was an 'integral and inalienable part of India'.Kumar’s remarks were in response to references to Kashmir made by the Turkish president in his speech to the Pakistan National Assembly

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In 'mini Kabul', Afghan refugees mark 40 years in Pakistan

Afghan boys sell fresh fruit on carts, signs are written in Dari or Pashto, and restaurants in the bustling bazaar

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Intel points to enhanced activity in Balakot, expansion of JeM camp

The Balakot facility was bombed by the Indian Air Force in February last year, soon after an explosive-laden car rammed into a CRPF convoy in Pulwama, killing 40 troopers.

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Europe's stagnant economy is vulnerable to a shock from China

Recession fears are stalking Europe again after Germany's economy flatlined at the end of 2019. The coronavirus now threatens to slam exports to China.

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Germany's economy has flatlined. The coronavirus could push it into recession

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India remains sceptical of Hafiz Saeed’s sentencing

Noting that the verdict came just four days before a plenary meeting of FATF in Paris will assess action taken by Pakistan to counter terror financing, a person said that Saeed’s sentencing was “part of a long pending international obligation of Pakistan...

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