G7 respond to Bush's call to freeze accounts

US - Washington's G7 partners have begun to respond to President George Bush's call yesterday to freeze financial accounts of a list of suspected terrorist organisations and individuals linked to them.

Japan said it would freeze the assets of 167 people associated with the Taliban and will look for signs of money laundering in Japanese financial institutions. UK authorities have already closed the accounts of selected organisations suspected of terrorist links. Despite this international

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