Doctors group expelled from Burma
The move is linked to the humanitarian group's work with the long-persecuted Rohingya Muslim population in the state of Rakhine.
The group said in a statement late today it is "deeply shocked" by the decision.
The group is Burma's main provider of HIV drugs, treating 30,000 people, and it described the impact as devastating.
Burma criticised the group over its handling of patients following an attack in the remote northern part of the state last month.