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The family of a former member of the Cheshire Regiment who's been killed in Afghanistan say he will be buried in Northern Ireland though a date hasn't yet been set for his body's return.
Simon Chase - who's originally from Chester - was working in Kabul as private security when he died in a suicide bomb attack.
A former soldier form Chester has been killed in a bomb attack in Afghanistan.
Simon Chase had been working in Kabul.
He was one of two Britons among at least 21 who died in the attack.
Briton Simon Chase, who was among the victims in a suicide attack in Kabul, had been living with his fiancee in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
The victim of a suicide attack in Kabul had been living with his fiancee in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
Mr Chase's fiancee Norma McDowell was being comforted by family and friends after learning of the news.
It is understood the couple lived together with two children in the Drumachose Park area of the town.
The ex-Cheshire Regiment soldier had worked as a nightclub doorman in Limavady before travelling to Kabul to work in the security industry.