Pakistan seizes control of Hafiz Saeed's assets

Pakistan has seized control of charities and financial assets linked to one of the main suspects of the 2008 Mumbai bombings in India, Hafiz Saeed.

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    Pakistan has seized control of charities and financial assets linked to one of the main suspects of the 2008 Mumbai bombings in India, Hafiz Saeed.

    Saeed has been accused of planning the bombings that led to the death of more than 160 people, but a court in Pakistan found there was insufficient evidence to convict him.

    This comes after US President Donald Trump tweeted that Pakistan is a "haven for terrorists".

    AL Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim reports.


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