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Dec 06, 2018
5:10PM

Pakistan expels 18 international charities after rejecting final appeal to stay in country

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Pakistan is expelling 18 international charities after rejecting their final appeal to stay in the country.

A news agency reports the majority of the shuttered aid groups are U.S.-based according to a government list.The rest are from Britain and the European Union.

On Thursday, Pakistan's Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari, in a tweet, said the 18 charities were asked to leave for spreading disinformation. 

Umair Hasan, spokesman for the Pakistan Humanitarian Foundation - an umbrella representing 15 of the charities said the move would affect millions of desperately poor Pakistanis and lead to tens of millions of aid dollars lost. 
 

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