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Closing a Christian Hospice (VOA On Assignment Dec. 27)i
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December 27, 2013 4:45 PM
In the winding streets of the crowded Pakistani city Rawalpindi, a hospice led by Irish nuns has cared for that city’s destitute and disabled for the past 50 years. But the hospice that caters mainly to Muslim patients is now being forced to close. VOA Islamabad correspondent Sharon Behn has the story.

Closing a Christian Hospice (VOA On Assignment Dec. 27)

Published December 27, 2013

In the winding streets of the crowded Pakistani city Rawalpindi, a hospice led by Irish nuns has cared for that city’s destitute and disabled for the past 50 years. But the hospice that caters mainly to Muslim patients is now being forced to close. VOA Islamabad correspondent Sharon Behn has the story.