‘I see myself’: hundreds gather at vigil held in memory of Sabina Nessa

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A vigil was held in memory of Sabina Nessa, the 28-year-old primary school teacher whose killing has triggered an outpouring of emotion and anger, especially among women. Hundreds gathered in Pegler Square, south-east London, bearing candles, lanterns, flowers and handwritten notes for Sabina. A picture of the much-loved teacher was displayed on a wooden easel, surrounded by fairy lights. The sound of water running from the fountains filled the square

‘It’s devastating’: vigils held across UK in memory of Sabina Nessa

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