In Reversal, Pakistan To Allow Save The Children To Continue Operations

New York Times: Reversing Course, Pakistan Says Save the Children Can Stay
“Under pressure from Western allies, the government of Pakistan on Monday reversed its decision to expel Save the Children from the country, indicating that the aid agency could continue its operations albeit on a smaller scale and with tighter restrictions. On June 11, the Interior Ministry gave the agency 15 days to leave Pakistan, after years of hostile scrutiny from Pakistani intelligence agencies, which accused it of having become involved in the CIA’s hunt for Osama bin Laden…” (Masood, 6/22).

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