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British-Pakistani trio to face murder trial over Sara Sharif’s death

The trial is expected to start on September 2, 2024, and last six weeks

by NWMNewsDesk
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All three adults have been charged with Sara’s murder and on Tuesday appeared via video link before a judge at London’s Old Bailey court.

The trio, who are also charged with causing or allowing the death of a child, were arrested last week after disembarking from a flight from Dubai after spending a month in Pakistan.

A post-mortem examination found Sara had sustained “multiple and extensive injuries” over a long period.

At Tuesday’s hearing, the three spoke only to confirm their names and addresses and were remanded in custody until a pre-trial hearing on December 1.

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The trial is expected to start on September 2, 2024, and last six weeks.

The father of a 10-year-old girl whose death sparked an international manhunt in Pakistan will face trial for her murder next year.

Sara Sharif’s body was discovered at the family home near Woking, southern England, on August 10, the day after her father, Irfan Sharif, flew to Islamabad.

An early morning emergency call alerting officers to Sara’s death was made from Pakistan by a man identifying himself as the father, according to detectives.

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