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Moment student, 17, is stabbed to death outside KFC ‘after defending girl’

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Youssef Karim Hasan Al-Bayjani, 17, was stabbed to death on busy Edgware Road in at Tuesday lunchtime (Picture: SWNS)

Diners watch in horror as a youngster is stabbed to death on the street in entrance of them in horrific footage of the capital’s 105th killing this yr.

Business scholar Youssef Karim Hasan Al-Bayjani, 17, was knifed outside a KFC half an hour after defending a feminine pal from being harassed by a bunch of boys.

The teenager died in hospital 5 hours after he was stabbed at 2pm on the busy Edgware Road in London.

He grew to become the seventh person to be murdered within the nation’s capital in simply 9 days.

Youssef, who was learning on the City of Westminster College, was described as having ‘a really good heart’ by a pal laying flowers on the spot the place he was attacked.

She mentioned: ‘On the day, some boys have been attempting to mess with me. He stopped them and that was nearly half an hour earlier than it occurred.

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‘We’re simply praying that this has to cease.

‘No-one can really grieve because you just have to pretend it hasn’t occurred.’

Youssef Karim Hasan Al-Bayjani , 17. See National News story NNknifed. London's latest teenage knife murder victim was studying business and wanted to go to university, according to grieving relatives. The 17-year-old lad, named by family members as Youssef Karim Hasan Al-Bayjani (CORRECT), was repeatedly stabbed on busy Edgware Road yesterday (TUES) lunchtime. The teenager died in hospital last night from his injuries sustained following the "awful" attack just before 2pm. He was the seventh person to be murdered in London in just nine days, and the seventh teenager to be killed in the capital in just 30 days.
Youssef was described by household and pals as an ‘angel’ with a superb coronary heart (Picture: SWNS)

CCTV cameras contained in the KFC captured folks queuing for meals as a combat got here barreling previous the window.

Some rise up from their chairs whereas others barricade the door as younger males in hoodies are seen throwing punches earlier than sprinting off.

{A photograph} taken minutes later within the aftermath of the stabbing confirmed the sufferer being handled on the scene.

Youssef didn’t survive his accidents.

A witness who additionally noticed the assault from a Domino’s Pizza subsequent door mentioned the sufferer’s brother was with him on the time.

The brother by way of his personal physique over Youssef to strive to shield him as he lay bleeding on the street, the Evening Standard stories.

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Witnesses in KFC alongside Edgware Road have been powerless to cease the assault (Picture: SWNS)

The witness mentioned: ‘It simply appeared like a combat at first, however then I noticed they’d knives. His brother was shouting telling folks to get away.

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‘He was shouting “Get off, get off, he’s my brother” after which the paramedics have been there in a short time.’

The boy’s household visited the scene this morning and revealed {the teenager}’s dying phrases have been ‘Oh God’ in Arabic.

He lived together with his mom close to to the place he was killed, his household mentioned.

One relative, who requested not to be named, mentioned: ‘He was learning enterprise and needed to go to uni.

‘He’s an angel and he’s in heaven now, a greater place than right here.’

Flowers left at the scene in Edgware Road, near the junction with Church Street in Westminster where a 17-year-old boy was stabbed to death. PA/ Photo. Picture date: Tuesday September 10, 2019. See PA story POLICE Westminster. Photo credit should read: Aaron Chown/PA Wire
Flowers left on the scene in Edgware Road (Picture: PA)
Flowers left at the scene in Edgware Road, near the junction with Church Street in Westminster where a 17-year-old boy was stabbed to death. PA/ Photo. Picture date: Tuesday September 10, 2019. See PA story POLICE Westminster. Photo credit should read: Aaron Chown/PA Wire
A police cordon stays in place whereas investigations proceed (Picture: PA)

A police cordon is nonetheless in place outside a row of outlets the place the assault befell.

A gaggle of round 40 folks, many thought to be college students from a close-by school, have been seen gathering as paramedics tried to save the boy.

Met DCI Andy Partridge mentioned: ‘This terrible assault befell in broad daylight in a busy a part of central London.

‘A young person together with his complete life forward of him has been taken away from his household who’ve been left heartbroken.

‘We know that plenty of folks have been within the space on the time and will effectively have seen what unfolded.

‘We need them to do the right thing and get in touch right away with what they saw along with any images or moving footage captured before, during or after the attack.’

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