Nigerian midwife killed by militants is mourned, Red Cross says it refused to pay ransom

A view shows a table that was set up with a photo of Hauwa Mohammed Liman, a health worker abducted and murdered by her Islamist captors in Nigeria, along with a white orchid, burning candle and signing asking staff to leave condolence messages for her family, at the entrance of the ICRC headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland October 16, 2018. REUTERS/Stephanie Nebehay

GENEVA (Reuters) – The family and colleagues of a Nigerian aid worker who was killed by her Islamist militant kidnappers mourned her death on Tuesday as the Red Cross said it had refused to pay a ransom for her release. The Nigerian government said on Monday a medical aid worker held hostage by Islamic State […]

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