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The body of the killed Israeli woman is released from the Australian coroner



The body of an Arab-Israeli woman who was brutally raped and killed last week in Melbourne, Australia, was released from the Victoria Coronation Court to start her journey home for funeral.

Jewish media reported that Ayia Masarbe's funeral is expected to take place on Wednesday in her native town of Baca al-Garbia in northern Israel.

Hundreds of people attended a weekend rally in Masaru's hometown, demonstrators blaming Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for not doing enough to get his body back. Netanyahu is also Israel's foreign minister.

People are attending a vigil in memory of the murdered Israeli student Aiia Maasarwe in Melbourne on January 18, 2019 (Allan LEE / AFP)

The family should be informed about these specific claims through media reports, "said magistrate John Clestad during the session, according to the report.

Police still have to get an official statement from the Masaarwe sister who was talking to her

Police told the court that they would take 12 weeks to collect all the evidence against Herman, some of which include videos.

21-year-old Massarve was killed Wednesday in the Melbourne suburb of Bundoor. Her body was found in nearby shrubs hours later. During the past five months he has been studying at the University of La Trob in Melbourne as an exchange student at the Shanghai University of China.

Herman, a 20-year-old ambitious rapper who plays MC Codez, was arrested two days later and charged Saturday in a courtroom in Melbourne where he was charged with murder and rape. He did not apply for a warranty

20-year-old Codey Herrman is sitting in a police car Friday, January 18, 2019, after being arrested for questioning the death of Israeli student Aya Masarve in Melbourne, Australia. On Sunday, thousands of Australians came to the streets in Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra to protest the violence against women after Masaroye's death.

banners with the words "I'm here for Aya" and "Stop Violence Against Women".

MaaZar's father, Said, who is based in China, is present in an improvised memorial located at the place where his daughter was murdered. Masarve arrived in Melbourne on Thursday to confirm the identity of her daughter and bring her home.


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