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News Briefing: Leaders of Muslim Charity Are Sentenced

By Kate Golden on May 28, 2009No Comment
  • St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital wins the Target Corporation's "Bullseye Gives" contest on facebook.  [New York Times]
  • The Gates Foundation's new CEO has spent nine months studying the foundation's operations, traveling around the world, and figuring out how to meet the growing needs of people in developing nations.  [Associated Press]
  • Two founding members of what was once the nation's largest Muslim charity were each sentenced to 65 years in prison for funneling millions to Hamas.  [Associated Press]
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