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Bandits murdered two aid workers

Two Britons were shot in cold blood by gunmen while teaching in Somaliland in October 2003, an inquest has heard. Richard Eyeington, 62, and his wife Enid, 60, were gunned down in their living quarters in the town of Sheikh. The couple were originally from County Durham, but had lived in Africa since 1963 working with children. Westminster coroner Dr Paul Knapman recorded a verdict of unlawful killing. Four men have been convicted of the murders in Somaliland, the court heard. It was told that despite family concerns, the Eyeingtons had taken up an offer to set up a new school at Sheikh in 2002. Metropolitan Police officers travelled from London to help Somaliland authorities catch the killers. Full Story

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