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Victims of the massacre in Afghanistan

Monday, August 9, 2010; A08

Relatives and friends released information about some of the 10 aid workers killed in Afghanistan.

Tom Little, an optometrist from New York; had worked in Afghanistan for 30 years.

Karen Woo, 36, a British surgeon; had given up a job in London to work in Afghanistan.

Cheryl Beckett, 32, an American; specialized in nutritional gardening and mother-child health.

Thomas Grams, 51, a dentist from Colorado; provided dental care to children in Afghanistan and Nepal.

Glen Lapp, 40, a nurse from Lancaster, Pa.; arrived in Afghanistan in 2008.

Dan Terry, 64, had lived in Afghanistan since 1980 with his wife; had three daughters.

-- From news service and staff reports

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