Citing threats, Doctors Without Borders pulls out of Somalia after 22 years

  • Article by: JASON STRAZIUSO , Associated Press
  • Updated: August 14, 2013 - 10:25 AM

NAIROBI, Kenya — In announcing a pullout from Somalia after 22 years, Doctors Without Borders said Wednesday that armed groups are killing and abducting aid workers. And in a scathing indictment of Somalia's leadership, the aid group accused civilian leaders of condoning or even supporting the attacks.

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