A trial in the lawsuit against
Lawyers for the victims hope to convince a jury that the bank helped
The plaintiffs call it the first terrorism financing case to go to trial in
The suit filed in 2004 accused the bank of violating the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act, which allows victims of U.S.-designated foreign terrorist organizations to seek compensation.
The case had stalled in recent years as the bank fought demands that it turn over customer account information and other financial records, arguing that doing so would violate banking secrecy laws in
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