- Mohamed Abullah Al Araimi, 20, was stabbed to death near Harrods last month
- Badir Rahim Alnazi, 23, has been charged with Mr Al Araimi's murder
- He has also been charged with attempted robbery and possession of a blade
- Scotland Yard is seeking a second suspect in connection with the murder
A 23-year-old man has been charged with the murder of an Omani student who was stabbed to death outside Harrods late last year.
Mohamed Abdulllah Al Araimi, 20, was killed in an 'extremely violent' robbery near the Knightsbridge department store on December 5.
Scotland Yard confirmed Badir Rahim Alnazi, 23, has been charged with murder, attempted robbery and possession of a bladed article.
Alnazi is expected to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court later today.
He was arrested on Wednesday, January 8 after handing himself in at a central London police station.
The victim, a King's College politics and economics student, was knifed to death as he made his way home from a meal out with friends.
The Omani national, who was living in London, was pronounced dead in the early hours of Friday December 6.
In a statement following his death, his brother Salem Abdullah Al Araimi said: 'Our hearts are eternally broken'.
Scotland Yard is still searching for a second suspect in connection with the attack.
A reward of £20,000 is being offered for information leading to the killers’ arrest and prosecution.
Detective Chief Inspector Andy Partridge, who is leading the investigation, said: 'The attack on Mohammed and his friend was a planned robbery that was truly shocking and extremely violent.
'I am convinced that the public can provide names for those males featured in the CCTV images we have released today.
'My team have secured hundreds of hours of CCTV footage. The suspects involved in the attack travelled on foot from the Edgware Road / Marble Arch area of London to Knightsbridge prior to carrying out the attack.
'This location is therefore potentially very significant, with the persons we are seeking to identify having a connection to this area.
'There is a substantial reward being offered in this case and I ask that anyone who knows the identity of the two males makes contact with my team. All calls will be treated in the strictest confidence.'
Mr Al Araimi was pronounced dead at the scene less than an hour after the attack. His friend, 20, who was also stabbed was treated in hospital and has since been discharged.
Anyone with information can call police on 020 8358 0300 or 101 quoting the reference CAD 3/6Dec, or to remain anonymous contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 or online.