Abdul Aziz Sheikh, center, father of Sabika Sheikh, a victim of a shooting at a Texas high school, shows a picture of his daughter in Karachi, Pakistan, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Associated Press/Fareed Khan The family of 18-year-old Sabika Sheikh, an exchange student from Pakistan who was killed in the Santa Fe high-school shooting on Friday, said they believed she would be safe in the US. Sheikh left Pakistan last August and was set to return home in just a few weeks for Eid al-Fitr. Sheikh and nine other people were killed in the shooting, and another 10 people were injured. KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — Abdul Aziz Sheikh sits on the ground floor of his Karachi home surrounded by mourning friends, relatives and local politicians that have come to give their condolences. Composed, he fights back tears. On the floor above, his wife is still in shock. The friends around her wail in grief. Their daughter, Sabika Sheikh, an 18-year-old exchange student from Pakistan, was among those killed when Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, went on a shooting rampage at his high school in Santa Fe, Texas, killing 10 people and wounding at least 10 others. Sheikh, a businessman in his mid-40s,… Read full this story
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