Police arrest husband for murder of pregnant Eritrean woman

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November 13, 2010 14:16

 
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Police in Tel Aviv have arrested the husband of  a pregnant woman from Eritrea in who was found stabbed to death in a south Tel Aviv apartment on Friday evening.

The main suspect in the homicide, the woman's husband, was arrested in Rehovot by Tel Aviv police detectives on Saturday, following a manhunt.

The murder victim has been named as Abba Kitna, 28.

Police were called by the woman's brother after he failed to get in touch with her.

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