Wheelchair bound Muslim guns down infidel caregiver for Allah

On the morning of 11 September, Lorena Enebral Perez met with a 21-year-old polio patient at a clinic in northern Afghanistan with a simple, gracious task: to help the wheelchair-bound man to walk.

When she approached him, the patient pulled out a pistol and shot her in the chest.

Perez, 38, was the 10th International Committee of the Red Cross worker killed in Afghanistan since 2001. Seven have now died this year alone, a devastating blow to an organisation known for its ability to work in more conflict zones than perhaps anyone else.