Abby Stoddard

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The International Assistance Mission has identified the  ten workers  massacred last week in northern Afghanistan, calling two of them "irreplaceable."

Aid Workers Killed in Afghanistan

The International Assistance Mission has identified the ten workers massacred last week in northern Afghanistan, calling two of them "irreplaceable."

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The International Assistance Mission has identified the  ten workers  massacred last week in northern Afghanistan, calling two of them "irreplaceable."

Aid Workers Killed in Afghanistan

The International Assistance Mission has identified the ten workers massacred last week in northern Afghanistan, calling two of them "irreplaceable."

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