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In this undated photo released by David L. Evans, Tom Little, right, optometrist and team leader with the International Assistance Mission, watches as an unidentified doctor examines a patient in an Afghanistan clinic. Members of a medical team, including Tom Little, were shot and killed by militants as they were returning from providing eye treatment and other health care in remote villages in northern Afghanistan, a spokesman for the team said Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010. Tom Little, an optometrist from Delmar, New York, has been working in Afghanistan for more than 30 years, according to Dirk Frans, director of the International Assistance Mission. (AP Photo/Provided by David L. Evans)
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In this undated photo released by David L. Evans, Tom Little, right, optometrist and team leader with the International Assistance Mission, watches as an unidentified doctor examines a patient in an Afghanistan clinic. Members of a medical team, including Tom Little, were shot and killed by militants as they were returning from providing eye treatment and other health care in remote villages in northern Afghanistan, a spokesman for the team said Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010. Tom Little, an optometrist from Delmar, New York, has been working in Afghanistan for more than 30 years, according to Dirk Frans, director of the International Assistance Mission. (AP Photo/Provided by David L. Evans)

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