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Paper publishes video of deadly attack on student that shocks Germany, calls on witnesses

Demonstrators take part in a rally while showing photographs  to remember student Tugce in Berlin, Germany, Sunday Nov. 30,  2014. They  commemorate 23-year old Tugce A. who was beaten up two weeks ago in front of a fast food branch when she tried to help two other girls in Offenbach, near Frankfurt Germany. She was declared brain dead and the medical equipment was switched off  Friday which was  also her 23.  birthday. (AP Photo/dpa,Maurizio Gambarini)

Demonstrators take part in a rally while showing photographs to remember student Tugce in Berlin, Germany, Sunday Nov. 30, 2014. They commemorate 23-year old Tugce A. who was beaten up two weeks ago in front of a fast food branch when she tried to help two other girls in Offenbach, near Frankfurt Germany. She was declared brain dead and the medical equipment was switched off Friday which was also her 23. birthday. (AP Photo/dpa,Maurizio Gambarini)  (The Associated Press)

A newly published surveillance video shows the attack on a young woman who died after defending two teenage girls from male harassment — and whose death has been mourned with candlelight vigils across Germany.

Daily paper Bild published the video on its website Monday calling on witnesses, including the teenage girls, to come forward with more information about the attack on Nov. 15 in front of a restaurant in Offenbach.

Student teacher Tugce Albayrak died Friday, her 23rd birthday, after her family gave doctors permission to switch off her life support.

Albayrak had been in a coma after reportedly being struck in the head in the altercation.

Police say an autopsy will be performed Monday to determine the cause of death.