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A teenager Friday was cleared of the murder of British-Lebanese schoolboy Yousef Makki, who was stabbed to death in March.As the jury delivered its verdict at the Manchester Crown Court, where the two boys were on trial for almost a month, Makki's father reportedly shouted from the gallery, "Where's the justice for my son?"The first defendant told the jury that in response, he also took out a knife and accidentally stabbed Makki. The teenagers are awaiting sentences for the charges to which they pleaded guilty. Makki's murder was proceeded by that of a 9-year-old Lebanese boy who was murdered in May in Belgium.
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