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27 September 2018, 15:51 | Updated: 27 September 2018, 16:06
Two teenage girls have admitted affray after a street attack on an Egyptian student.
Mariam Moustafa was was repeatedly punched during a confrontation involving a group of women in February.
The 18-year-old - an engineering student at Nottingham College - was left in a coma before being discharged from hospital, but she later suffered a stroke and died on March 14.
Now, two girls aged 15 and 17 have admitted affray following the attack on Parliament Street in Nottingham and will be sentenced next month.
A woman and three other teenage girls faced the same charge at a hearing at Nottingham Magistrates Court.
19 yr old Mariah Fraser, whose address the judge ruled could not be reported for legal reasons, and two girls aged 17 and 15 entered no pleas.
Another 15-year-old pleaded not guilty.
Miss Moustafa's father, Mohamed Moustafa, was at the hearing and told reporters: "I will do my best to get justice for Mariam."