Family of Egyptian student killed in the UK demand answers | UK News | Al Jazeera

Family of Egyptian student killed in the UK demand answers

Local police in Nottingham say that they are keeping an open mind, but do not yet have evidence to suggest the attack was a hate crime.

    Egypt's foreign ministry is demanding answers after a teenager's death in the UK.

    Mariam Moustafa sustained severe head injuries in an attack by a group of young people in Nottingham last month.

    She was taken to a hospital, placed in an induced coma but never recovered.

    Al Jazeera's Emma Hayward reports.


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