At least six Afghan workers for the International Committee of the Red Cross died Wednesday after an attack by suspected ISIS gunmen, Reuters reports. Two other employees from the relief group are still missing in Jowzjan province following the attack, said Red Cross spokesman Thomas Glass. The aid workers were reportedly carrying supplies to parts of the country that were hit by deadly snow storms. "This is a despicable act. Nothing can justify the murder of our colleagues and dear friends," said Monica Zanarelli, head of the ICRC delegation in Afghanistan.