Pakistan was previously on the FATF watchlist from 2012 to 2015.
The push for further regional cooperation comes after insurgents aligned to Islamic State laid siege to the southern Philippine city of Marawi last year.
At least 12 people, including five civilians from different border villages, have been killed in firing and shelling from the Pakistani side since January 15.
According to PM Narendra Modi, India must show the way by referring frequently to ancient Indian thought and scriptures that call for harmony between humans and nature.
Swaraj said that the time terror was seen as other people’s problem is ‘long gone’ and that ‘zero tolerance is the call of the day’.
“We can seek guidance from this Fatwa for building a national narrative in order to curb extremism in keeping with the golden principles of Islam.”
The attack triggered the heaviest fighting in Tripoli for months, undercutting claims by the internationally recognised Government of National Accord (GNA) to have largely stabilised the city.
The suspension of aid is reversible if Pakistan were to show real progress in hunting down terrorists and rid itself of its rinse-and-repeat cycle.
US president Donald Trump has criticised Pakistan for not doing more to combat terrorism.
Two attackers opened fire at the entrance to the church of Mar Mina in Helwan district, which was being guarded by police in the run-up to Orthodox Christmas celebrations next week.
Photographs sent by witnesses showed what appeared to be serious damage at the site and a number of dead and wounded on the ground.
The blast comes a week after the group claimed responsibility for an attack on a training facility of the same agency, the National Directorate for Security, in Kabul.
Police guards at the church exchanged fire with the attackers before they could enter the main sanctuary.
Akayed Ullah, who has lived in the United States since 2011, began his self-radicalisation in 2014 when he started viewing pro-ISIS materials online, prosecutors said.
Mattis, on a one-day visit to Pakistan, said the South Asian nation had made progress in the fight against militancy inside its borders but needed to make more.
Carried out by terrorists claiming links to ISIS, the attack exposed just how weak a grip the Egyptian state has in Sinai.
Homeland security will be better served by basic fixes in India’s law enforcement system rather than by the deployment of sophisticated technology and weaponry.
Mumbai took no time to swing back to action after the attacks. However, the marks of bullets on walls and the pile of bodies will never be forgotten.
Terrorism has never been about absolute body counts. It has always been about creating shock and awe to accentuate the helplessness of the state.
The Registrar General of India has sought permission from the Supreme Court to push the deadline for updating the National Register of Citizens in Assam to July 31 2018.
Boko Haram has killed more than 20,000 people since 2009 as part of its attempt to create an Islamic state in the Lake Chad basin.
The prime minister also backed a rules-based regional security architecture in the Indo-Pacific region, sending a subtle message to China against its military assertiveness in the area.
A key Western ally and host to the US Fifth Fleet, Sunni Muslim-ruled Bahrain has for years grappled with protests and sporadic violence coming from its Shi’ite majority.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack, the group’s news agency Amaq said on Tuesday, without giving evidence.
“You want us to sniff them out, we will do that. You want us to take action against them, whatever action you propose, we will do that… (but) these hollow allegations are not acceptable.”
India emphasised that effective multilateralism and international rule of law require that global governance structures reflect contemporary realities.
Several hundred Mosul residents,including taxi drivers, Iraqi soldiers and defectors from ISIS, provided crucial information on ISIS militants.
Specialists have defined kitsch as a tasteless copy of an existing style or as the systematic display of bad taste or artistic deficiency.
For IS militants, unlike Socrates, only an “unexamined life” is worth living.
This week, the Time Machine looks at how in the aftermath of 9/11, the narrative of grief was appropriated into one of patriotic vengeance.
The man was shot dead by soldiers who were not seriously hurt in the attack; one had a facial wound and the other’s hand was wounded.
Trump said the next pillar of his new strategy is a change in US’s approach to Pakistan.
Since it is unrealistic to protect every public space against the rising vehicle-ramming attacks, there is a need to target the roots of radicalisation to prevent them.
A suspected Islamist militant drove into a crowd in Barcelona, killing 13 people. The driver is yet to be found.
Burkina Faso, like other countries in West Africa, has been targeted sporadically by jihadist groups operating across Africa’s Sahel.
A fruit truck loaded with explosives detonated on Monday in Lahore, wounding at least 22 people, with no one claiming immediate responsibility.
The capture of a Pakistani teenager who travelled 2,000 km across two countries to commit a suicide attack gives police a rare glimpse into a militant network suspected of a surge in sectarian violence.
A Boko Haram faction with ties to ISIS and responsible for the kidnapping of a Nigerian oil prospecting team which led to at least 37 people being killed has become a deadly force capable of carrying out highly-organised attacks.
Beijing has repeatedly blocked India’s move to put a ban on the Jaish-e-Mohammed leader under the Al-Qaeda Sanctions Committee of the Council.
Iranian defence minister Hossein Dehghan and his Iraqi counterpart Erfan al-Hiyali signed a memorandum which covered border security, logistics and training.