Mongolia: British Paraglider apparently robbed, murdered

Posted on November 14, 2016 • Filed under: Asia, Tourist Killed

TOURIST KILLED
A British adventurer is feared to have been murdered during an expedition across Mongolia.
September 2016
dailymail.co.uk reportedSteve Nash, an experienced paraglider pilot, was robbed of his passport and wallet before he was killed in a senseless attack, his friend claimed.

The 53-year-old, from Helsby, Cheshire, was hiking and paragliding across remote terrain with his friend and fellow pilot Gareth Aston when he was reportedly targeted by assailants. Read Article

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