Law enforcement personnel and private security killed four Baloch militants, preventing them from entering the building.
Amir Mohammed Abdul Rahman al-Mawli al-Salbi issued edicts justifying the abduction and enslavement of thousands of Yazidi women and girls among other crimes against humanity.
The Sindhudesh Liberation Army claimed responsibility for three attacks June 19 against Rangers in Sindh Province.
The FATF placed Pakistan on its grey list in June 2018 for failing to take action against money laundering and terror financing.
Jan Alam masterminded a number of attacks on security personnel and politicians.
Al-Mawla helped drive the abduction, slaughter, and trafficking of Yazidi, Christian, and religious minorities in northwest Iraq, among other crimes.
Pakistani officials say Tehran is 'showing criminal negligence' in not acting upon intelligence that a number of militant hideouts exist on the Iranian side of the border.
'Militants have our enemies' patronage, which is widely visible in neighbouring countries' media and their military officers' statements,' Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal said.
Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz- Arisar (JSQM-A), the Sindhudesh Liberation Army (SLA) and the Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army (SRA) have been named as proscribed outfits.
Seventy-nine outlawed organisations will be barred from collecting zakat and fitra during the holy month.