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13-year-old teenager killed by school friends in Karachi’s Orangi

They had a fight over exams

SAMAA | and - Posted: Jan 9, 2021 | Last Updated: 11 months ago
Posted: Jan 9, 2021 | Last Updated: 11 months ago
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A 13-year-old boy was killed by his school friends in Karachi's Orangi Town, the police said Saturday. The teenager, Abbas, was asked to come over by two of his friends, according to police officials. They pushed him off the roof of a house after a fight over school exams. The suspects then hit Abbas in the head with a heavy stone. Abbas had gone out Friday morning to get some games downloaded on his mobile phone but never returned, according to his parents. His family had filed a missing person complaint. The police found his body in a nearby empty plot early Saturday, officials said. Both suspects have been arrested and are being investigated.
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A 13-year-old boy was killed by his school friends in Karachi’s Orangi Town, the police said Saturday.

The teenager, Abbas, was asked to come over by two of his friends, according to police officials.

They pushed him off the roof of a house after a fight over school exams. The suspects then hit Abbas in the head with a heavy stone.

Abbas had gone out Friday morning to get some games downloaded on his mobile phone but never returned, according to his parents. His family had filed a missing person complaint.

The police found his body in a nearby empty plot early Saturday, officials said. Both suspects have been arrested and are being investigated.

 
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