Arab Bank PLC moved tens of millions of dollars for the Islamist group Hamas knowing it was likely to use the money to finance violence, a lawyer for victims of Hamas attacks told jurors on Thursday. The comments came at the outset of the first U.S. trial in a terror-financing lawsuit against a financial institution. The suit was filed under the Antiterrorism Act of 1990, which created an avenue for victims of international terrorism to seek reparations in U.S. courts.
Arab Bank Trial Over Transactions Opens in U.S.
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