Sammy Almahri manhunt continues after emotional appeal
An international hunt for a man wanted in connection with the murder of a woman at a hotel continues following an emotional appeal by her mother.
Nadine Aburas, from Cardiff, was found at the city's Future Inn on 30 December.
South Wales Police is looking for Sammy Almahri, 44, from New York city, who was with her at the hotel but is now thought to be in Tanzania, east Africa.
Andrea Aburas told a news conference her heart had been "torn in two".
"Nadine was my baby, she was such a beautiful and kind hearted girl. She would never hurt anyone, she just wanted to help people," she said on Monday.
"She was a born healer for people... always putting others first. The loss of Nadine has torn my heart in two."
Detectives said the pair had known each other for three years and had met up previously in New York.
On 30 December they checked into the Future Inn, Cardiff Bay, within 30 minutes of each other and left shortly before 22:00 GMT but returned an hour later.
Five hours later, Mr Almahri left the hotel and is believed to have boarded a flight at 10:00 GMT from Heathrow to Doha, Qatar, before flying on to Tanzania.
At the news conference, Ms Aburas made a direct appeal to Mr Almahri: "I am asking you, as Nadine's mother, please hand yourself into the authorities and please help us find the answers that we need so we can let Nadine rest in peace.
"You told us that you loved Nadine, if that is true, please let the police help you."