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Indonesia Freezes 26 Allegedly Terror-Linked Accounts

The Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) in Indonesia said Monday it has frozen more than $205,000 in funds allegedly belonging to individuals and organizations related to terrorist activities in the country. PPATK head Muhammad Yusuf told reporters his agency cooperated with the Australian Transaction Report and Analysis Center (AUSTRAC) in probing accounts held by people or entities suspected of being connected to terrorist activities. Twenty-six of the accounts...

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