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CCTV footage shows Uzbek tourist being stalked before being attacked in India

Female tourist was followed and then attacked as she strolled down street Perpetrator grabbed her head and attacked her in possible sexual assault He then repeatedly struck the helpless Uzbek tourist in sickening incident He was chased by a group of boys who witnessed the shocking attack By Thomas Burrows for MailOnline 1 Published: 11:35 GMT, 18 September 2015 | Updated: 14:36 GMT, 18 September 2015 72 shares 99 View comments This shocking CCTV footage shows the terrifying moment a female tourist was stalked and then attacked as she strolled through an Indian street at night.

The horrifying video shows the man trailing the Uzbek woman, who was wearing a tight dress and chatting on her mobile phone

Terrifying CCTV footage shows female tourist being stalked before being attacked as she walks through Indian streets at night…and only saved when a…

Female tourist was followed and then attacked as she strolled down street Perpetrator grabbed her head and attacked her in possible sexual assault He then repeatedly struck the helpless Uzbek tourist in sickening incident He was chased by a group of boys who witnessed the shocking attack | 99 View comments This shocking CCTV footage shows the terrifying moment a female tourist was stalked and then attacked as she strolled through an Indian street at night.

The horrifying video shows the man trailing the Uzbek woman, who was wearing a tight dress and chatting on her mobile phone.

As her crept up on her, he violently grabbed her head and then attacked her in a possible sexual assault

Turkish police officers charged with death of American tourist

Tracey Lynn Brown, 48, died after being restrained by police officers in Turkey She was supposed to be traveling to Chicago but missed her flight – and ended up arguing with officers at Ataturk Airport, Istanbul The officers said they were forced to restrain her after she became violent But they have now been charged with using excessive force causing death By Laura Wells In Istanbul and Flora Drury For Mailonline 1 2 Published: 15:27 GMT, 4 September 2015 | Updated: 19:43 GMT, 4 September 2015 59 shares 1 View comments Twelve police officers are facing a possible prison sentence for their alleged involvement in the death of an American tourist at a Turkish airport more than two years ago.