Pakistan scrutiny of aid workers is slowing charity work

07/27/2011 | Guardian (London), The

The stealth killing of Osama Bin Laden on Pakistani territory by U.S. special forces has sparked a sweeping search for U.S. spies in Pakistan, hampering efforts to assist millions of people who are still affected by last summer's devastating floods. "We've seen gradual restrictions on movement and longer processing time for visas," said a spokesman for an association of 40 aid groups, among which Western charities are being singled out for especially close scrutiny.

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