KABUL, Dec. 6, 2019 - People attend a vigil to express sorrow over the killing of Japanese aid worker Tetsu Nakamura by unknown armed men in Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec. 5, 2019. Afghans from all walks of life have expressed sorrow over the killing of Japanese aid worker Tetsu Nakamura by unknown armed men and condemned it in its strongest term. Nakamura, head of aid agency Peace Japan Medical Services, had been badly injured and five of his local colleagues were killed in an attack by unidentified armed men on Wednesday in the eastern Nangarhar's provincial capital Jalalabad city.

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Afghans from all walks of life have expressed sorrow over the killing of Japanese aid worker Tetsu Nakamura by unknown armed men and condemned it in its strongest term. Candles are seen at a vigil to express sorrow over the killing of Japanese aid worker Tetsu Nakamura by unknown armed men in Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec. 5, 2019.

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