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 UK :Two Kurdish men accused of murdering Banaz Aga

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UK :Two Kurdish men accused of murdering Banaz Aga 13.7.2006
By Ben Clover



London, July 13, -- Two men accused of murdering a young Kurdish woman are to stand trial.

The pair are said to have killed Banaz Aga, 20, who went missing from her Mitcham home in January this year.

Her body was found in a suitcase more than 100 miles away in the Handsworth area of Birmingham on April 28.

Banaz's uncle Ari Mahmod Babakir Aga, 50, and Mohamad Marid Hama, 30, are accused of her murder between January 22 and February 3 this year.

Two other men, Pshtewan Khider Hama, 26, and Darbaz Marfe-Rasul, 23, face charges of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.

Banaz Mahmod Babakir Agha

The four appeared at the Old Bailey on Monday via a video link from Belmarsh prison and listened to proceedings through a Kurdish interpreter. No charges were put during the plea and case management hearing, which was adjourned until July 24.

Aga, of Sandy Lane, Mitcham; Mohamad Hama, of Uffington Road, West Norwood; Marfe-Rasul, of Glyenwood Road, Hounslow, Middlesex; and Pshtewan Hama, of Cambridge Close, Hounslow; are all due to stand trial on November 6.

Southlondon co.uk

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