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Japan AM Abe: shocked at death of Japanese aid agency chief in Afghanistan

Reuters Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Japan Prime Minister Abe said he was shocked at death of Tetsu Nakamura, the Japanese aid agency chief who was killed in Afghanistan on Wednesday.
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News video: Gunmen kill head of Japan aid agency in Afghanistan

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Doctor Tetsu Nakamura, who devoted decades of his life to helping people in Afghanistan, is killed along with five others in a gun attack on his vehicle. David Doyle reports.

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