Charity CEO: NGO sector must be vigilant following aid worker’s execution
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Charity CEO: NGO sector must be vigilant following aid worker’s execution

15 Sep 2014 | Alice Sharman

The chief executive of charity ShelterBox has warned that the execution of aid worker David Haines at the weekend will make the “whole third sector” measure its risks more cautiously.

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