A young medical student and son of a Libyan diplomat was knifed to death by unidentified attackers in the Russian city of St. Petersburg, police and embassy officials said Wednesday.
Mohammad Al-Hammaly, a son of the cultural attache at the
Libyan Embassy in Moscow, died Tuesday of knife wounds he
suffered late Monday night, said Abubakr Hussein, an
adviser at the embassy.
Two operations failed to save his life.
Al-Hammaly, a second-year student at a state medical
school in the former imperial capital, was the latest
victim of frequent attacks on foreigners in Russia,
particularly Asians and Africans. He was in his early 20s. (Albawaba.com)
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