After Pakistan attack, World Vision suspends operations
Militants assaulted an office of World Vision, a US charity, in northwest Pakistan. World Vision said it will temporarily suspend all aid operations in the country after the Pakistan attack killed six Pakistani employees.
Masked gunmen stormed the offices of a Christian charity in northwest Pakistan on Wednesday, killing six Pakistani staffers and injuring several more.
"Those who kill humanitarian workers must be reminded that they are not only killing their own country's residents, but also people seeking to improve the lives of victims of poverty and injustice," said a World Vision statement.