A British teenager is to undergo surgery in Turkey after being repeatedly stabbed in the Tepe district of the holiday resort of Marmaris.
The Foreign Office said it was aware that a British teenager had been taken to hospital.
A spokesman said: "We are aware of the case and can confirm that we are aware of the hospitalisation of a British national in Marmaris on June 25.
"We are providing consular assistance."
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