Police officers investigating the murder of Hani Abou El Kheira have been appealing for witnesses
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Tough love call over boy's murder

The parish priest where a boy was stabbed to death a week ago has urged families of those involved to exercise tough love and name the culprits.

The parish priest where a boy was stabbed to death a week ago has urged families of those involved to exercise tough love and name the culprits.

Hani Abou El Kheir, 16, was killed in a suspected drugs-related attack involving at least 10 people in Lupus Street, Pimlico, central London.

Canon Pat Browne said the killers were "thugs behaving like animals" and urged people to speak out.

Four people are being held on suspicion of Hani's murder.

Marc Ashdown reports.

  • 03 Feb
  • From the section UK