The decision affects a British charity involved in peace building and a German humanitarian group, HELP, involved in assisting war refugees from Chechnya who live in Ingushetia.
Russia has been cracking down on NGOs in recent months. Media reports say the Kremlin is concerned over the role NGOs played in recent popular revolutions in Georgia and Ukraine.
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