Seven people are arrested after German exchange student is left fighting for his life
Added 06-13-19 10:36:07am EST - “Daniel Ezzedine (pictured) was given just a 30 per cent chance of surviving following the brutal attack in Canterbury, Kent, which left people taking to the streets in protest against the outburst of violence.” - Dailymail.co.uk
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A horrific attack left a teenager with Lebanese heritage fighting for his life with doctors fearing he had just a '30 per cent' chance of surviving.
The assault on a 17-year-old Daniel Ezzedine left him in a coma and police are investigating whether the attack was a hate crime.
His brother said doctors initially gave him a 30 per cent chance of survival after he was beaten in the city centre on June 6.
People took to the streets of Canterbury to protest at the brutality inflicted on the German exchange student
Daniel, who is the youngest of five brothers, was in Canterbury on his graduation trip and his family believe his teachers should have taken better care to avoid the attack, they said in an interview with German news channel RTL.
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