Two teenagers have been jailed for life for stabbing a Polish man to death and leaving his friend seriously injured in Birmingham.
A third man has also been jailed for helping an offender.
The attacks took place last year as 24-year-old Lukasz Furmanek and 31-year-old Radoslaw Dudek walked along Grove Lane in Handsworth last May.
Both men were stabbed several times, which resulted in Lukasz dying of his injuries at the scene and leaving Radoslaw critically ill.
18-year-old Abdullah Atiqzoy, an Afghan national, was arrested by police after he was found travelling in the back of a lorry in an attempt to escape the county.
16-year-old Sadam Essakhil, also an Afghan national, was arrested after police issued an appeal to find him. He handed himself into police in Belgium, where he had fled to after the attacks.
Both were charged with murder and attempted murder.
A third man, Feizollah Atiqzoy was found guilty of assisting an offender and jailed for four years.
Abdullah Atiqzoy was jailed for 26 years for the murder of Lukasz Furmanek and 10 years for the attempted murder of Radoslaw Dudek. His sentences are to run concurrently.
Sadam Essakhil was ordered to serve 19 years behind bars for murder and seven years for attempted murder. His sentences are to run concurrently.