A British man killed on holiday in Sri Lanka has been described as a "committed" Red Cross worker.
Khuram Shaikh, 32, of Milnrow, Greater Manchester, was a physiotherapist for the International Red Cross in Gaza.
He died early on 25 December after an attack on him and a colleague in the tourist resort of Tangalle. Four people have been arrested.
The Red Cross said it was "deeply shocked... and grieved by the loss". His colleague remains in hospital.
Mr Shaikh was the manager of the Red Cross's physical rehabilitation programme in Gaza, providing prosthetics for people who have lost limbs, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said. He had been there since September 2010.