Father of murdered student tells vigil attendees that losing his daughter has turned into his ‘worst dream’

By the time Aiia Maasarwe’s father arrived at the silent vigil planned in his daughter’s honour on Friday night, the steps of Parliament House in Melbourne were full.

Attendees sat in neat rows marching up the grand stone staircase looking down Bourke Street to the tram stop where Maasarwe, a 21-year-old Palestinian student, boarded the No.86 tram on Tuesday night and never made it home.

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