Terrorism makes it harder to get aid money to people in crisis


In Daniel Hanna’s article in the Guardian, he discusses how two-thirds of international charities have expressed a difficulty in sending money where it is needed, on account of regulations intended to prevent financial terrorism and crimes. Allegations of the abuse of charities for terrorist purposes has caused enough doubt that certain members of the financial industry have dropped charities as clients, because they are considered too risky.

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Samantha Underwood

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