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Birmingham's Islamic Relief charity marks 30 years

A Birmingham charity has marked 30 years of providing international aid.

Islamic Relief was set up in 1984 by a group of student doctors in the city and now receives millions of pounds in donations.

International Development Secretary Justine Greening visited the charity and praised its work to mark its anniversary on Thursday.

Those she met included Jehangir Malik, Islamic Relief's UK director, and trekking fundraiser Madiha Shah.

  • 02 May 2014
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