The Latest: Funeral held for Texan fatally beaten in GreeceJuly 15, 2017 7:46pm

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The Latest on the American tourist fatally beaten in Greece (all times local):

2:45 p.m.

A funeral has been held for an American tourist who was fatally beaten in Greece.

The funeral home handling the body says the service began at 11 a.m. Saturday at Greater Mount Zion Baptist Church in Austin.

Greek police say 22-year-old Bakari Henderson was beaten to death outside a bar July 7 on the Greek island of Zakynthos. Henderson's family says he had recently graduated from the University of Arizona and was in Greece working on a photo shoot to launch a clothing line.

Also Saturday, the last suspect charged in Henderson's death appeared in court and was ordered to remain in custody pending trial. The 33-year-old Serbian man is among nine people, all aged between 18 and 34, charged in the fatal beating.

Authorities believe the man jailed Saturday landed the first blow on Henderson.

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11 a.m.

A funeral for the American tourist who was fatally beaten in Greece is taking place in his hometown of Austin, Texas.

KXAN television in Austin reports (http://bit.ly/2tfn2W6 ) that the service for 22-year-old Bakari Henderson will take place Saturday at a Baptist church.

Greek police say Henderson was beaten to death outside a bar July 7 on the Greek island of Zakynthos. His family said in a news release that he was in Greece working on a photo shoot to launch a clothing line.

Also Saturday, the last of nine suspects charged in Henderson's death was scheduled to appear in court over whether he will be held in custody. The 33-year-old Serbian man is among nine people, aged between 18 and 34, charged in the fatal beating.

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