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Pakistan says it has taken control of 182 religious schools in crackdown on militants

A Pakistani worker (2R) of banned militant Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) - an organisation believed by the United Nations (UN) to be a front for the banned Islamist militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba - stands at the main entrance of a mosque belonging to the (JuD) in Islamabad on March 6, 2019. Pakistan on March 4 announced the freezing of accounts and seizure of assets linked to organisations banned by the UN Security Council (UNSC), as pressure mounted on the country to crack down on militant groups amid

 

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