A witness has told a Dublin murder trial he heard someone laughing after a teenage boy was stabbed.
A 17-year-old boy, who can’t be named, denies murdering 18-year-old Azzam Raguragui in a Dundrum park last year.
This trial is now in its eighth day and today has been hearing from two more teenage witnesses who were at Finsbury Park on the May 10th, 2019.
One boy agreed that "all hell had broken loose" when a fight broke out among two groups of boys.
He described how he saw Azzam Raguragui running up a hill and holding his chest while the accused was following him.
He said he saw blood on Azzam’s hands and chest.
Another teenage witness said he saw Azzam on the floor kicking at the accused who had a knife in his hand and he got stabbed twice in the leg.
He described Assam’s group as "Arabs" and told the jury he heard someone from the group laughing on the phone after the stabbing - saying "Azzam got stabbed".
Stephanie Rohan reporting from the Central Criminal Court.