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Four arrested in Italy for sending Money to Islamic terror outfits in 49 countries including India

WebdeskJul 09, 2021, 04:01 PM IST

Four arrested in Italy for sending Money to Islamic terror outfits in 49 countries including India

 

Italian police arrested four men for sending funds to terrorists across Europe and Asia who were collecting on behalf of Islamist terrorist outfits, in an investigation that led to a larger suspected terrorism-funding network.


The four men were suspected of wiring 30,000 Euros in total from a money transfer agency in the southeastern Italian town of Andria to collectors in countries including India, Serbia, Germany, Turkey, Jordan, Thailand and Russia.


Subsequent investigations showed that the same 49 collectors had received as much as 1 million euros in suspicious transfers from other sources, said Luca Cioffi, a colonel in the Italian tax police.


The payments made by the men arrested on Monday included 5,000 euros sent to two Russians, days before an attack on a church in southern Russia that killed five women, Cioffi said.
 

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