Canadian diplomat Glyn Berry’s Afghanistan murder unsolved after 10 years | Toronto Star:
Berry, 59, was the political director of the provincial reconstruction base in the southern Afghan city. He was returning from Kandahar Airfield after trying to meet local officials when his lightly armoured G-Wagon was struck by a bomb-laden vehicle on a busy thoroughfare at the edge of the city.
Three soldiers were also injured in the blast, for which the Taliban claimed responsibility. A suspect who was thought to have organized the attack was arrested shortly afterward.