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A videograb shows the man carrying Kalashnikov next to his niece.
Gulf Today Report
The Libyan city of Benghazi witnessed a horrific crime, after a man killed his niece with a Kalashnikov over a dispute erupted between them following an argument, according to what local media.
The incident took place in the Bouatni area.
Police received a report about gunfire inside one of the apartments.
The police found that a person had shot his niece with a firearm.
Neighbors rushed her to the hospital.
Police investigations revealed that the victim died after being shot in the chest, neck and lower limbs.
The security services succeeded in locating the perpetrator, who voluntarily surrendered.
He was placed in legal custody.
According to the investigations, the accused, who was born in 1985, confessed to shooting his 17-year-old niece, after a verbal argument broke out between them.
He suspected that she was having an affair with a person. Legal measures were taken and the accused was referred to the Public Prosecution.
In the investigations, the wife said that she had indeed been abused by her husband, and that he had killed her 5-year-old daughter because of his severe beatings.
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