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U.S. sanctions Lebanon's Jammal Trust Bank for financial ties to Hezbollah

Reuters Thursday, 29 August 2019
The United States on Thursday sanctioned Lebanon-based Jammal Trust Bank SAL and its subsidiaries for allegedly facilitating the financial activities of Hezbollah, according to the Treasury Department, which said the bank funnels money to the families of suicide bombers.
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