Relief efforts reach Pakistan's religious minorities last
CWN - August 13, 2010
International relief efforts to help Pakistani flood victims are slow to reach Christians and members of other religious minorities, a priest from Lahore reports to the Fides news agency. The catastrophic floods have put 14 million people at risk. Religious agencies are struggling to meet the demands of those in need, and recognizing the danger that the Taliban will use the crisis to strengthen its grip in the north of the country.
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