Red Cross stops work in Pakistani cities
The Red Cross says it has suspended operations in two of Pakistan's largest cities following the killing of a British nurse working for the group in the country.
The body of Khalil Rasjed Dale, 60, was dumped close to the southwestern city of Quetta on April 29. He was kidnapped in the city in January.
In a statement Thursday, the International Committee of the Red Cross said it was suspending humanitarian activities in the northwestern city of Peshawar and port city of Karachi.
The organization has already stopped work in Quetta and surrounding Baluchistan province
The ICRC has been performing humanitarian work in Pakistan since 1947.