National media briefing: aid fraud, E-Act, Amnesty International, Child's i Foundation and the Salvation Army in Australia

Charities in today's national news

The Department for International Development refuses to name aid charities accused of fraud.
See The Independent for full story

Directors of charitable trust E-Act, which runs eight city academies, are accused of claiming excessive personal expenses from public money.
See The Guardian for full story

Amnesty International releases images from Yemen, which it says show devastation caused by a little-reported internal conflict.
See The Independent for full story

The Daily Mail profiles Child's i Foundation founder Lucy Buck.
See the Daily Mail for full story

An elderly Australian couple lose their life savings after accidentally donating the suitcase in which they had hidden the money to a Salvation Army charity shop.
See Sky News for full story

 

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