A North East soldier shot dead by a member of the Afghan National Army has been flown home.
Sapper Richard Walker, from Washington, was described by his family as a "proud, patriotic man, who died doing the job he loved."
They were at his repatriation ceremony in Oxfordshire this afternoon. Earlier, veterans here gathered to pay their respects.
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