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News Briefing: US Cracks Down on Islamic Charity

By Kate Golden on November 13, 2008No Comment
  • The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center plans on opening and running 25 oncology centers abroad over the next decade in partnership with GE Healthcare.  [New York Times]
  • A group of civil rights attorneys file a federal lawsuit claiming racial discrimination by the Louisiana Road Home program.  [Associated Press]
  • The Bush administration cracks down on the Union of Good, an Islamic charity suspected of bankrolling Hamas.  [Associated Press]
  • When funding comes with strings attached, a nonprofit's ability to invest in staff training, improved IT, and other infrastructure systems is compromised.  [Financial Times]
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