The DC Circuit Court of Appeals said the two families did not plausibly allege that HSBC aided and abetted al-Qaeda terrorism. Photo: Reuters
The DC Circuit Court of Appeals said the two families did not plausibly allege that HSBC aided and abetted al-Qaeda terrorism. Photo: Reuters
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HSBC not liable for 2009 al-Qaeda suicide attack at CIA base in Afghanistan: US court

  • Suicide attack at Camp Chapman in Afghanistan on December 30, 2009 left seven CIA officers and contractors, two others dead
  • Two families accused HSBC of violating US laws through dealings with Iran and Saudi banks with alleged financial ties to al-Qaeda

The DC Circuit Court of Appeals said the two families did not plausibly allege that HSBC aided and abetted al-Qaeda terrorism. Photo: Reuters
The DC Circuit Court of Appeals said the two families did not plausibly allege that HSBC aided and abetted al-Qaeda terrorism. Photo: Reuters
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