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14 March 2019, 16:05 | Updated: 14 March 2019, 16:06
A teenager - charged with a 16-year-old boy's murder in Birmingham - has been remanded in custody.
19-year-old Demille Innis is accused of murdering Abdullah Muhammad - who was stabbed in Small Heath.
The victim died at the scene in Herbert Road after being injured at around 8pm on Wednesday February 20.
He was the second of three teenagers to die after separate stabbings in Birmingham during a two-week period.
Innis, from Pugh Crescent, Walsall, appeared before magistrates in Birmingham on Thursday, a court spokesman said.
The defendant, who is also charged with two counts of robbery and possession of an offensive weapon, was ordered to appear at Birmingham Crown Court on Friday.