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Beaten up by the bullies: Italian girl dies in England

The news comes from Nottingham: here the first details. The Italian TV programme Le Iene will report the whole story on Sunday on air

An Italian girl named Mariam died on Wednesday after a three-week coma in Nottingham, England. A female gang beat her up and caused her death. Pablo Trincia is in Nottingham and he will report the sequence of events on Sunday during the Italian Tv show “Le Iene”.

Mariam's identity and nationality are known just now. She has been beaten on a bus by an 8-10 girls' gang which was looking for her (they had already attacked her in August in a park).

Mariam Moustafa, 18 years old with Egyptian origin, was born in Italy and raised in Ostia, in the capital neighbourhood. Her father wanted her to study in England with her brother and sister, so the whole family moved to Nottingham 4 years ago. She also had a heart malformation since she was born.

There is a video of the aggression on the Internet. She was with a friend on a bus when the gang attacked, kicking and punching her, on the 20th of February. She had been admitted to the College of Engineering just a few hours before. When she arrived at the hospital they told her to go home, even though she said she was feeling bad. She was in coma on the next morning. The Italian TV programme Le Iene will broadcast the whole story on air on Sunday.

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