Two men have been jailed after they were found guilty of murdering a Clydebank mum during a robbery at her home in Mauritius.

Janice Farman was asphyxiated in front of her 10-year-old autistic son during the raid on her home in the town of Albion in July 2017.

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Kamlesh Mansing and Anish Soneea were jailed for 33 and 23 years respectively by a judge in Port Louis after 

The 47-year-old had been in the Indian Ocean country since 2004, where she was working as a director for data capture firm PECS Data Services.

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The judge said Ms Farman's son would have to "carry the dreadful memories of the horrendous night throughout his life".

A third suspect, Ravish Rao Fakhoo, is claiming a reduction in his charge and will face a separate trial.