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Slovak au pair murdered in England

A 25-YEAR-OLD Slovak au pair, Terézia Sternbergerová, was stabbed to death in the English town of Salford by a 21-year-old Arabic student.

The assailant, who also attacked a 50-year-old woman who rushed to help the Slovak victim, was arrested, SME daily wrote.

The tragedy took place on September 2. According to SME the man was a "fanatic reading the Koran".

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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