Woman found dead in Bahrain
 
, Posted on 11-Jan-2017


Woman found dead in Bahrain

Manama: An expatriate woman was found dead at her accommodation in Hamad Town yesterday.

She was identified as Nefeena Salim who hails from the Indian state of Kerala.  

She was working as a hairdresser in a fitness center. The body is kept in Salmaniya Medical complex morgue.



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