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The Kenyan government has started the process of de-registering 957 aid organisations for auditing irregularities, amid allegations that $226m (£150m) has gone missing.
The official government watchdog for NGOs said some had embezzled or diverted donor funds, while others were suspected of money-laundering and financing terrorism.
Last December the Kenyan government froze the accounts of 510 NGOs, prompting critics to accuse the government of punishing those who'd opposed a tough new security bill aimed at combating Islamist militancy.

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