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Rapper Joshua Ribera: Mother says knife problems out of hand

15 November 2013 Last updated at 14:26 GMT

The mother of a teenage rapper murdered in Birmingham has said problems with knives have got "out of hand".

Alison Cope, whose son Joshua Ribera was stabbed outside TCs nightclub in Selly Oak on 20 September, said she wants more to be done to teach youngsters the dangers of knife crime.

BBC Midlands Today's special correspondent Peter Wilson reports.

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