Two British teenage girls arrived home on Friday badly burned after acid was hurled in their faces in Zanzibar, while the island's authorities offered a reward for the capture of their attackers.
Tourists walk in Stone Town past the spot where two young British women suffered an acid attack on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar on August 9 2013. Zanzibar offered a reward for information leading to the arrest of men suspected of hurling acid in the faces of two young British women.
Katie Gee and Kirstie Trup, both 18, were flown to a Royal Air Force base in London and were taken straight to a hospital for further treatment, according to media reports.
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