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Four teenagers who battered an Egyptian student who later died following a row on social media over a boy have been spared jail.
Mariam Moustafa, 18, passed away three weeks after being left in a coma following the brutal assault outside a shopping centre in Nottingham on February 20 last year.
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She was punched several times and dragged by the laughing female yobs before the attack - which was filmed by one of the gang - continued after she boarded a bus.
A court heard the teenager was set upon by a six-strong pack who 'had beef' over her friendship with a boy in a row 'fuelled by social media.'
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The gang were being taunted on Instagram by someone using the name 'Black Rose' and had questioned whether it was Mariam.
Last week Mariah Fraser, 20, Britania Hunter, 18, and a 16-year-old girl, who cannot be named, were sentenced for their part in the attack.
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Fraser was sentenced to eight months in a young offenders institution, Hunter was given unpaid work and the 16 year-old was given a referral order.
Today the 'ringleader' Netesha Lewis, 18, Rochelle Dobbin, 18, who filmed the attack, and two 16-year-old girls, appeared to learn their fate.
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But all defendants avoided jail after being given referral orders at Nottingham Youth Court.
The court was told how Mariam was slammed against the bus stop Lewis could be heard using the words 'Black Rose' and 'Snapchat' as she attacked the teenager.
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She was punched several times near a bus stop in Parliament Street at 8pm, while her friend Pablo Jawara tried to protect her.
The engineering student, who had been offered a place at university in London, suffered a stroke and fell into a coma before dying on March 14 at Nottingham City Hospital.
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