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Tributes have been paid to a construction worker from West Yorkshire who's been reportedly killed by terrorists in Nigeria.
Brendan Vaughan was born in Leeds but had moved to Thailand to start a new life.
Mr Vaughan had been held hostage in Nigeria for almost a month. He was named by the Foreign Secretary William Hague as the British national believed to have been murdered along with six others.
Relatives of the British man, Brendan Vaughan, who is believed to have been killed by terrorists in Nigeria, have released the following statement:
Brendan Vaughan, the construction worker who was apparently killed by terrorists in Nigeria, is said to have moved to Thailand to start a new life.
A picture on his Facebook page shows him in the south east Asian country.
Vaughan appears to be one of seven hostages killed by terrorists.
All were employees of Setraco, a Lebanese construction company with an operation in Bauchi state, and had been held captive for about a month.