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News Briefing: Red Cross Disaster Fund Is Depleted

By Kate Golden on June 17, 2008No Comment
  • The rising force of ethnic Chinese philanthropy is apparent in recent major gifts to U.S. universities, think tanks, and others.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • Kuwait rejects the U.S. Department of Treasury’s accusation that the Revival of Islamic Heritage Society charity is funding terrorist activities.  [Reuters]
  • The national disaster relief fund of the American Red Cross is depleted.  [Washington Post]
  • For many historic house museums, keeping the lights on has become a challenge.  [Associated Press]
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