A Greek taxi driver has been convicted of causing deadly bodily injury in the stabbing death of a teenage British holidaymaker on the resort island of Zakynthos last year.
A court in the western town of Patras dropped murder charges against Stelios Morfis, 22, which would have carried a maximum life sentence.
The taxi driver received an 11-year jail sentence for the fatal stabbing of 18-year-old Robert Sebbage, of Tadley, near Basingstoke, Hampshire, and injuring three of his friends, his defence lawyer said.
Constantinos Argyropoulos described the verdict as "fair", saying his client acted in self-defence and had no intention to kill.
The taxi driver has apologised for the stabbing, saying he lashed out with a pocket knife after being taunted by a group of British youths.