Voice of America: Pakistan hopes not to be placed on terrorist financing watchlist

In this file photo, Police escort Hafiz Saeed, right, the head of the banned Jamaat-ud-Dawa, as he leaves after an appearance in court in Lahore on May 5, 2009. (REUTERS)
Updated 20 February 2018
0

Voice of America: Pakistan hopes not to be placed on terrorist financing watchlist

February 20: Voice of America report by Mohammad Habibzada states that the United States and its European allies are trying to put Pakistan on a global terrorist-financing watch list for failing to comply with anti-terrorist financing and anti-money laundering regulations. "I hope that the international community does not take any actions that prevent our efforts to fight against terrorism," Ahsan Iqbal, Pakistan's interior minister, told the media Monday.
Read More I


Yeni Safak: Pakistani religious leaders to work for Afghan peace

Updated 06 October 2018
0

Yeni Safak: Pakistani religious leaders to work for Afghan peace

October 5 – Yeni Safak states that Pakistan's key religious leaders have assured an Afghan government-sponsored peace council that they will do their part to help end Afghanistan’s decades-long conflict. "We assured the Afghan delegation that we are ready to play a role in bringing peace to Afghanistan," Maulana Sami-ul-Haq, head of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, told Anadolu Agency by phone Thursday.

Read More I