Murder of Ethiopian Domestic Worker? Body Parts Found In Bag in Beirut

Lebanon’s local police have disclosed that a small black bag found in the Malla area in the country’s capital points at a possible murder of an Ethiopian domestic worker; promising a full investigation into the incident.

Hours after a small black bag was noticed with blood traces near a BLOM Bank in the Malla neighborhood of Beirut, police forces closed the area and revealed that the bag contains legs and arms that belong to an Ethiopian woman, believed to be a domestic worker.

Reacting to the shocking scene, social media users widely shared photos of the bag and police members investigating the incident feared to be yet another homicide that took the life of an expat domestic worker hailing from the African continent.

English | April 11, 2021

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