The man accused of murdering gap-year student Keiran Crump Raiswell has appeared in court.
Imran Akhtar Hussain is 26 and from Berkshire. Hussain is a student himself, who had been studying in Coventry.
Keiran was found with stab wounds on Upper Chorlton Road in Whalley Range last week. He was taken to hospital but died from his injuries.
Hussain has been remanded into custody, and will appear again at Manchester Crown Court tomorrow morning.
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