National media briefing: Care International, Help for Hospices, US National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, The Prince's Trust and the British Open charity challenge

Charities in today's national news

The sister of murdered British aid worker Margaret Hassan, who worked for Care International, claims the man guilty of the crime has escaped.

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David Praill, the chief executive of Help for Hospices, welcomes a report saying that Britain leads the way in end-of-life care.

See The Independent for full story


The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation in the US could receive up to $40m from oil being siphoned from BP’s leaking well.

See the Financial Times for full story


The Prince’s Trust expresses concern that 16-year-olds leaving school without qualifications are being pushed further from the jobs market.

See The Independent for full story


Golfing legends are forced to abandon a charity challenge to commemorate the 150th British Open because of bad weather.

See BBC News for full story

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