Israeli student murdered in Australia while on phone with sister

Woman found dead near Melbourne shopping centre identified as Israeli student

Aiia Maasarwe: Israeli student, 21, killed in Melbourne as she spoke to her sister on mobile

Haaretz reported that Ms Masarwe was studying at Shanghai University, and spent the past several months in Melbourne on a study-abroad program, according to her uncle Abed Katane.

A 21-year-old Israeli student was killed in Australia's Melbourne city while she was on a video call with her sister, police said on Thursday.

A 20-year-old was taken into custody for questioning on Friday morning in the neighbouring suburb of Greensborough, a police statement said.

Officers are expected to further canvass nearby residents on Thursday in a bid to determine how she died and what led to her body being left at the stop near a shopping centre at Bundoora in Melbourne's north. "Words will fail me, I'm sure, as one father to another", Morrison told reporters.

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Police are investigating all lines of inquiry into the unidentified woman's death including; whether it was a random attack, if she was followed or on her way home.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited the same memorial on Saturday, accompanied by his wife and two daughters.

The father was also among hundreds of people who attended a vigil later on the steps of the Victoria state parliament in honor of the victim and in a protest against male violence.

"Later today, I'm going to be meeting with her father".

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"The phone then appeared to fall to the ground and she couldn't contact her".

"She heard the cars passing by and she was helpless, she couldn't do anything", Kittani said of the sister.

"Instead of coming home with a diploma, she is coming back in a coffin", Kittani said.

"I think that the country is very shaken. but at the same time, as always, reaches out and seeks to comfort, and I want to thank those Australians for doing that and I was pleased to be able to, with my family, simply do the same", he added.

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