Sara Sharif's relatives brought to court charged with her murder

Relatives of ten year old Sara Sharif bought to Guildford Magistrates Court from prison to be charged with her murder and with causing or allowing the death of a child (BBC News 6pm Bulletin - 15/09/2023 - AEXZ288W)STORY: The father, stepmother and uncle of Sara Sharif have appeared in court charged with her murder, and with causing or allowing the death of a child. Urfan Sharif, Beinash Batool, and Faisal Malik denied the charges against them and were remanded in custody. Ten year old Sara was found dead at her family's home in Woking on 10th August.
Relatives of ten year old Sara Sharif bought to Guildford Magistrates Court from prison to be charged with her murder and with causing or allowing the death of a child (BBC News 6pm Bulletin - 15/09/2023 - AEXZ288W)STORY: The father, stepmother and uncle of Sara Sharif have appeared in court charged with her murder, and with causing or allowing the death of a child. Urfan Sharif, Beinash Batool, and Faisal Malik denied the charges against them and were remanded in custody. Ten year old Sara was found dead at her family's home in Woking on 10th August.
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