Islamic State suffered two huge blows in 2019; losing its last territorial foothold in Syria and its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. But it also sought new recruits and new
The FATF said it is monitoring terrorist financing risks and works to help authorities trace funding to strengthen prosecutions.
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State Department official William Walters added these included six passengers from the base in California and seven from the base in Texas.
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Tom Bennell's olive oil distribution business took a heavy beating during months of pro-democracy protests that emptied Hong Kong hotels and restaurants, his major custom
Indians bagged the highest number of green cards issued by the United States government based on employment in 2019. However, Indians also
More than 12,000 people have recovered and been discharged, according to health commission figures
After a cruise ship docked in Cambodia, passengers streamed off the ship, maskless, and fears are rising that the country could become a ve
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The Department of Defense has dispatched hundreds of thousands of small arms to Afghan security forces. It was one of these weapons that le
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Coronavirus infects over 71,000 people globally: List of cases, countries
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According to the study, some businesses are even working on technology to determine customer satisfaction through facial expressions.
Several terror groups continue to get funds from supporters worldwide, says FATF
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