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Indian authorities have frozen the bank accounts of Amnesty International after a raid on its country office, the human rights watchdog said on Friday, accusing the government of treating rights groups “like criminal enterprises.”

The Enforcement Directorate, India’s financial crime investigating agency, searched Amnesty’s Bangalore office in southern India for 10 hours on Thursday on suspicion that it had violated foreign direct investment guidelines.

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