Two taxi drivers on the Greek island of Zante have been charged after a British teenager died and five others were injured in a fight.
A local police spokesman said two Greek taxi drivers had been "involved in an argument" with a group of foreign nationals, "resulting in a physical confrontation".
He said: "A 21-year-old taxi driver attacked and injured five British nationals, one of whom suffered fatal injuries."
Police said a group of Britons were attacked, leaving one dead and four injured - one seriously.
The taxi drivers, aged 21 and 25, have been charged with murder and complicity to commit murder respectively.
The attack is thought to have happened in the early hours of Wednesday at the Laganas resort on the island.
Victim Robert Sebbage, 18, from Tadley in Hampshire, had been with a group of friends on their first overseas holiday.
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