Two children among six people wounded in Somalia car bombing
The banking giant says it is concerned that it does not know where money transfers are going and who is sending the money. With little ability to track cash flows, the company says it is much easier for money launderers and the financing of terrorist activities.
“It is recognized that some money service businesses don’t have the proper checks in place to spot criminal activity and could unwittingly be facilitating money laundering and terrorist financing,” said Barclays spokesperson Daniel Hunger to the UN humanitarian news agency IRIN.
Somalis living in and out of Somalia say that the plan will cut vital flows of money.
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An explosion took place in the area known as Tododa Geed opposite the Noor Doob Hotel, which is close to the presidential palace of HirShabelle state which is protected by AU forces.