Inquest at last into aid worker's death

AN inquest is set to open next week into the death of Felixstowe aid worker Iain Hook - three years after he was shot in an incident in the West Bank town of Jenin.

AN inquest is set to open next week into the death of Felixstowe aid worker Iain Hook - three years after he was shot in an incident in the West Bank town of Jenin.

Dr Peter Dean , Coroner for Greater Suffolk, will conduct the inquest, which starts at Ipswich Crown Court on Monday.

It is expected to last several days and will hear evidence from witnesses - including some of Mr Hook's colleagues - and receive a number of written statements.

Mr Hook, 54, who lived at Felixstowe Ferry, was project manager for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, working at a refugee camp.


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