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Pakistan court jails 2 more aides of JuD chief Hafiz Saeed in terror financing case
The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) of Lahore on Friday handed down six and five-and-a-half years of imprisonment to JuD leaders Muhammad Ashraf and Lucman Shah, respectively.
Pakistan fails to fulfil key mandates of FATF; no action against Masood Azhar, Hafiz Saeed
The FATF had given Pakistan a total of 27 action p...
Hizbul Mujahideen chief, IM's Bhatkal brothers among 18 designated 'terrorists'
The list comprised most wanted terrorists including those inv...
Pakistan unlikely to exit FATF's grey list: Report
In its third plenary held virtually in June, the FATF decided to keep Pakistan in the grey list as Islamabad failed to check flow of money to terror groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM).
Pulwama terror attack: NIA’s 5,000-page chargesheet names Masood Azhar, brother as masterminds
Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar, his brother Abdul Rauf Asghar have reportedly been named as the key conspirators of the 2019 Febr...
Pulwama terror attack: NIA names JeM chief Masood Azhar in chargesheet
An NIA official told IANS: "The agency will file a chargesheet (on Tuesday) against Azhar, Asghar, their slain relative Farooque, six arrested accused in the Pulwama terror attack case at a Jammu Special NIA court."
Pak puts more curbs on Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar and Dawood Ibrahim to avoid FATF blacklisting
The government issued two notifications on August 18 announcing sanctions on key figures of terror outfits such as 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind and Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Saeed, Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Azhar, and underworld don Ibrahim.
Damaged mobile phone helped NIA nail JeM conspiracy behind the 2019 Pulwama attack
The mobile phone belonged to a Pakistani militant, Mohammed Umar Farooq (24), killed a month after the attack, according to the NIA. On Tuesday, the agency filed a 13,800-page charge-sheet against 19 accused persons including JeM chief Maulana Masood Azhar, his brother Rouf Asgar and cousin Ammar Alvi, all Pakistani nationals.
Masood Azhar is India's most-wanted terrorist: NYT
“...Just as the pursuit of Osama bin Laden drew the United States into a long and continuing military engagement in Afghanistan, Azhar’s success in orchestrating a series of attacks on Indian soil in recent years has angered India to the point that eliminating Azhar and his organization has become a key strategic objective for India’s security establishment…”
US & key European powers block Sino-Pak move to designate Indian under UN sanctions
The United States, along with the UK, France, Belgium and Germany, blocked Sino-Pakistani efforts to designate an Indian national, Ajoy Mistry, under 1267 sanctions committee of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC).
Pakistan expresses disappointment over US report that described it as 'safe harbor' for terrorists
The State Department, in its Congressional-mandated 2019 Country Reports on Terrorism, said on Wednesday that Pakistan remained a "safe harbor" for regionally-focused terrorist groups and that the suspension of US aid to the country remained in effect throughout 2019.
Pakistan fails to nab 19 most wanted LeT terrorists even 12 years after 26/11 attack
The security agencies here are clueless about the whereabouts of these 19 most wanted terrorists. Some of them have been hiding in Pakistan and others are believed to have fled the country. These terrorists were either crew members of the boats used by the attackers or financiers of the 26/11 attack.
View: Hafiz Saeed’s sentencing in Pakistan no cause for celebration for India
Hasn’t been convicted of unleashing mayhem in India, but only for terror financing. That is akin to a psychopathic serial killer being sentenced for pick-pocketing
Pakistan's anti-terror court sentences JuD chief Hafiz Saeed to 10 years in jail in two more cases
According to a report by Samaa TV, a Lahore anti-terrorism court has sentenced Lashkar-e-Taiba sponsor Saeed, Prof Zafar Iqbal, and Yahya Muhajid to a cumulative jail term of 10-and-a-half years. While Hafiz Abdul Rehman was sentenced to six months.
Ahead of FATF meeting, Pakistan says Masood Azhar 'missing'
The claim has been made as Pakistan is battling to be removed from FATF grey list of countries that haven’t been doing enough to combat money laundering and terror financing. Pakistan was placed on the grey list by the FATF in June 2018 and asked to follow a course of corrective actions by October 2019 or face the risk of being placed on the black list.