Estonia's Harju County Court handed down a prison sentence of 10 years to a Syrian refugee who set his wife on fire. The court found 20-year-old Kovan Mohammad to be guilty and sent him to prison for 10 years.
Kovan, then 19, committed the heinous crime on the evening of March 7, 2017, in an apartment located on Majaka Street in Tallinn. There he set fire to another refugee, a 22-year-old Syrian woman, who was taken to hospital in serious condition. Although the woman sustained burns on 70 per cent of her body, the medics were able to save her life. The couple's i...
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