6:38 pm, Tue 06 Aug 2013
The family of a woman from Hackney who was killed in a machete attack in Bangladesh, have told ITV London how her 12-year old son witnessed her murder.
Rehana Begum was visiting relatives in the village of Patli in the north east of the country, when she was attacked by a group of men who were apparently "jealous of her wealth".
Ronke Phillips reports:
1:50 pm, Tue 06 Aug 2013
The family of a mother hacked to death in Bangladesh has told ITV London that she had been stabbed around 18 times by "jealous relatives". Her brother-in-law Angur Miah said that Rehana Begum's son witnessed the entire incident.
11:16 am, Tue 06 Aug 2013
A London mother was hacked to death with machetes in front of her 12-year-old son in Bangladesh by jealous relatives, her family told the
Rehana Begum, a housewife from Hackney.
Credit: Family handout.
Rehana Begum, 43, from Stepney, east London, is believed to have been on holiday visiting her mother and siblings with her husband and 12-year-old son.
The attack happened on Friday in the Sunamganj province in the north-east of the country.
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