UK trial date set for man accused of murdering Omani student outside Harrods

UK trial date set for man accused of murdering Omani student outside Harrods
UK trial date set for man accused of murdering Omani student outside Harrods

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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - LONDON: The trial of a Kuwaiti man accused of murdering an Omani student outside Harrods in London last month has been set for July 6.

Mohammed Al-Araimi, 20, died after he was attacked outside the department store in Knightsbridge.

Kuwaiti national Badir Rahim Alnazi, 23, has been charged with murder, attempted robbery and possession of a bladed article.

Alnazi was arrested after handing himself in to police last week.

A £20,000 reward had been offered for information that led to the prosecution of those responsible.

Al-Araimi, a King’s College politics and economics student, died on Dec. 5 during what police said was an attempt to steal his luxury watch.

He was the youngest son of Omani property developer Sheikh Abdullah Al-Araimi.

His family said at the time their “hearts are eternally broken”.

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