Friday, December 30, 2011

Sri Lanka holidaymakers tell of horror slaying of Red Cross hero ...

Tourists have described the terrifying moments before a Red Cross worker was killed at a paradise resort.

Prosthetic expert Khuram Shaikh, from Milnrow, Rochdale, gave hope to men, women and children who lost their limbs in the world’s deadliest countries.

But he was killed on a Sri Lankan beach resort after taking a break from his duties in the conflict-hit Middle East.

Eyewitnesses have told us how the 32-year-old aid worker was randomly targeted after he became caught up in a bar brawl at a hotel in Tangalle. Full story...

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