US News Death penalty demanded over killing of British Beirut embassy worker

20:52  08 february  2018
20:52  08 february  2018 Source:   pressassociation.com

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Lebanese police have arrested a man in connection with the killing of a British embassy worker in Beirut . Rebecca Dykes' body was found at the side of a motorway in the east of the capital, police said. An official said the suspect confessed that he killed Ms Dykes and that the murder was a "criminal

British embassy worker Rebecca Dykes, who was murdered in Beirut (Photo: PA). A man suspected in the killing a British woman who worked at the U.K. Embassy “Following the death of a British woman in Beirut , we are providing support to the family,” a Foreign ­Office spokesman said.

Rebecca Dykes was murdered in Beirut (Family handout/Foreign and Commonwealth Office/PA) © Provided by The Press Association Rebecca Dykes was murdered in Beirut (Family handout/Foreign and Commonwealth Office/PA)

An investigative judge has demanded the death penalty for the suspected killer of a British embassy worker whose body was found near Beirut two months ago, Lebanese judicial officials said.

Hanna Breidi, a type of government prosecutor, issued an indictment on Thursday demanding the maximum penalty for Tarek Houshi, accusing him of raping Rebecca Dykes before strangling her with a rope, the officials said.

They alleged that Uber driver Houshi raped and killed Ms Dykes in Beirut, then threw her body off a road east of the capital.

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A taxi driver has been arrested over the murder of a British embassy worker in Beirut whose body was found dumped by a motorway. The driver allegedly confessed to killing Rebecca Dykes and abandoning her body in the east of the capital, Lebanese state media reported.

Rebecca Dykes is an employee of the British embassy in Beirut , Lebanon who was found strangled to death outside Beirut near a highway on Sunday by a Lebanese security official. On account of the several investigations have been carried out following her tragic death

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