A British holidaymaker has been killed in Greece, according to local police.
A further four British visitors were injured, one seriously, following the incident in the early hours of this morning.
Two Greek taxi drivers, aged 21 and 25-years-of-age, have been charged with murder and complicity to commit murder respectively.
They will appear in court later today.
The unnamed British 19-year-old was stabbed on the island of Zakynthos at the popular Laganas resort.
Witnesses told the Reuters news agency an argument had broken out after a group of tourists shone laser pens at two local men at a restaurant.
The British Foreign Office said it was in contact with the families of those involved and is providing consular assistance.
“We can confirm that five British nationals were involved in a serious incident in Zakynthos, Greece,” a spokeswoman told the BBC.
“Sadly, this resulted in the death of one British national and the hospitalisation of four others, one in a serious condition.”