An aid organization has released the last two names of the eight foreigners murdered by gunmen last week in north Afghanistan.
The International Assistance Mission identified them as Brian Carderelli of Harrisonburg, and Daniela Beyer of Chemnitz, Germany.
Carderelli was a freelance videographer who worked for the International School of Kabul.
In all the dead included six Americans, two Afghans, a German and a Briton. An Afghan driver was spared and is being questioned by police in Kabul.
The ten were gunned down after they were accosted by gunmen after finishing a two-week mission providing medical care to impoverished villagers in Nuristan province. The Taliban have claimed responsibility.
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