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Gulf Today Report
The Egyptian security services in the Giza Directorate arrested a person who strangled his wife to death, due to a dispute over Eid clothes
The incident came to the light when the police received a report of the death of a housewife.
The investigations began immediately and it was revealed after examination woman died of suffocation.
The police said that there were traces of suffocation around the neck.
During investigations it was found that a verbal altercation broke out between the victim and her husband on the night before Eid due to a dispute over Eid expenses and clothes.
The investigation teams intensified their search for the offender. They were able to arrest him. He confessed to committing the crime.
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