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The 16-year-old was convicted of culpable homicide after stabbing his fellow schoolboy to death during a fight at Aberdeen's Cults Academy.Read the full story ›
A 16-year-old who stabbed to death a fellow schoolboy is due to be sentenced.
Bailey Gwynne, also 16, died from a knife wound to the chest in a fight at Cults Academy in Aberdeen in October 2015.
A youth who cannot be named for legal reasons was convicted of culpable homicide following a five-day trial.
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The funeral of Bailey Gwynne, who died after being stabbed at his Aberdeen school, was held today.
The 16-year-old was fatally injured during an incident at Cults Academy on 28 October.
The private funeral service was held in Maryculter, in Aberdeen, where Bailey lived.
Dozens of mourners gathered outside the church and walked behind the hearse.
A 16-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been remanded in custody after being charged with murder and having a blade or point on school premises.
The family of Bailey Gwynne have thanked people for the support they have received after viewing flowers left at the school.Read the full story ›