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IrelandTeenager charged with fatal stabbing of Azzam Raguragui in south Dublin park

16:10  29 may  2019
16:10  29 may  2019 Source:   thejournal.ie

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The 18 year-old was fatally stabbed in Finsbury Park on 10 May. Azzam Raguragui , 18, who was due to sit his Leaving Certificate this summer, was stabbed during a row at The south Dublin boy, aged 16, who cannot be named because of his age, was charged with murder of Azzam Raguragui

The south Dublin boy, aged 16, who cannot be named because of his age, was charged with murder of Azzam Raguragui , contrary to common law, at A 16-YEAR-OLD boy has been charged with murder following the fatal stabbing of Azzam Raguragui in a south Dublin park earlier this month.

Teenager charged with fatal stabbing of Azzam Raguragui in south Dublin park © Garda Press Azzam Raguragui

A TEENAGE BOY will appear at the Juvenile District Court in Dublin this afternoon charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of Azzam Raguragui earlier this month.

Gardaí investigating the stabbing, which happened at Finsbury Park in Dundrum on 10 May 2019, charged the boy earlier today.

Azzam was stabbed as he made his way through the park at around 8.10pm on a Friday evening.

He was treated at the scene before being rushed to St James’s Hospital where he died a short time later.

The day after the incident, a teenage boy presented himself to gardaí to assist with the investigation.

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A teenager is assisting gardaí with their inquiries following a fatal stabbing in Dublin . He presented himself at a garda station in south Dublin on Saturday afternoon. It follows an incident in Finsbury Park in Dundrum shorty after 8pm last night in which an 18-year-old man died. The victim has been named locally as Azzam Raguragui , who was from the Dundrum area.

Teenager charged with fatal stabbing of Azzam Raguragui in south Dublin park . Azzam Raguragui ’s parents said they are putting their faith in the Irish justice system to hold whoever is responsible to account.

In the aftermath of the killing, Azzam’s family released a statement through gardaí thanking the public for their support.

His parents Abderrahmane Raguragui and Hajiba Elouaddaf said they would put their “faith in the Irish justice system to hold the perpetrator(s) to account”.

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