A prominent Muslim humanitarian charity has relaunched in the United Kingdom under new leadership after an investigation into financial irregularities of several overseas offices, officials said on Monday.

Muslim Aid – which has income of around £30 million (Dh153.8m) a year – was placed under investigation in 2013 and underwent an overhaul of its management, according to charity officials.

An outside consultant was brought in alongside a new chief executive to run and reorganise the charity which delivers relief and works on development projects in more than 50 countries.

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