Rabat, Morocco (TMT)- The first day of the baccalaureate exams in the Moroccan city of Taounate turned into drama following a student stabbing to death a classmate, few minutes following both students leaving the examination room.
The sad event happened in the Ibn Sina high school of Taounate.
The drama, according to local witnesses, occurred after that an argument erupted between the two students.
Local students argue that the killer apparently was angry that his classmate did not hand him during the examination period “the exam’s answers,” which drove him to criticize him harshly and insult him while they were exiting the exam room.
Feeling humiliated, the late answered back the critics, triggering a scuffle and prompting the first to deadly stab the other one.
An investigation was opened by the authorities to determine the exact causes of the murder, far away from the version advanced by the local witnesses.
While one of the students will be buried soon, the other one will apparently stand behind bars for a very long time.
The Moroccan Times.