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In this image made available by International Assistance Mission, Jawed, a 24-year-old Afghan from Panjshir province, the team's cook, one of 10 civilian volunteers killed in Afghanistan on Thursday, Aug. 5, 2010, is shown. The Christian charity IAM said Monday, Aug. 9, 2010 that it had no plans to leave Afghanistan despite the murders of 10 members of its medical aid team and repeated that the organization does not attempt to convert Muslims to Christianity. The 10 team members -- six Americans, two Afghans, one Briton and a German -- were gunned down Thursday, Aug. 5, 2010 after they were accosted by gunmen after finishing a two-week mission providing medical care to impoverished villagers in remote Nuristan province. (AP Photo/International Assistance Mission)
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In this image made available by International Assistance Mission, Jawed, a 24-year-old Afghan from Panjshir province, the team's cook, one of 10 civilian volunteers killed in Afghanistan on Thursday, Aug. 5, 2010, is shown. The Christian charity IAM said Monday, Aug. 9, 2010 that it had no plans to leave Afghanistan despite the murders of 10 members of its medical aid team and repeated that the organization does not attempt to convert Muslims to Christianity. The 10 team members -- six Americans, two Afghans, one Briton and a German -- were gunned down Thursday, Aug. 5, 2010 after they were accosted by gunmen after finishing a two-week mission providing medical care to impoverished villagers in remote Nuristan province. (AP Photo/International Assistance Mission)

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