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Gulf Today Report
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Sunday executed an African maid who was convicted of murdering a child.
The Saudi Ministry of Interior issued a statement confirming that the death sentence had been carried out in the Riyadh region, according to what was published on a Saudi website.
According to the details of the case the Ethiopian maid killed a twelve-year-old Saudi girl Nawal Al Bishi by stabbing her multiple times while she was sleeping.
The security statement added that the aforementioned perpetrator was arrested, and the investigation resulted in her getting convicted of committing the murder.
She was referred to the Criminal Court, which found her guilty and gave her death sentence.
The defendant also hit his brother’s car with his vehicle to prevent his brother from hospitalizing his father. The defendant was constantly asking his father for money was beating him in order to get what he wanted.
The supervisor stated that he and his colleagues, while they were in their residence, had heard a verbal altercation between the two of the workers in their room.
The statement stated that the embassy "received with great sadness and sorrow the news of the killing of a Saudi citizen while he was in the city of Bizerte in Tunisia."
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