Pakistan adopts rules to fight Terrorism Financing

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Sarah Zaman in “View 360” covered these topics:
• The Afghan Ministry of Defense said current combat operations are limited to self-defense and protecting civilians against attacks by the Taliban and other groups.
• General Mohammad Radmanish, a spokesperson for the Afghan Defense Minister, told VOA that Afghan security forces are abiding by the current cease-fire.
“We also have instructions to take actions against those who intend to engage in activities that violate the armistice, or try to harm the armed forces or civilians,” Radmanish added.
• Pakistan’s national financial authority has adopted new regulations to fight money laundering and terror financing and to comply with Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) guidelines, a global financial watchdog that recently placed Pakistan on its gray list for its inability to choke terror financing.