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Malaysia: Parents identify daughter’s body, after she went missing while on holiday

The parents of Nora Quoirin have identified the body of their adolescent daughter, which was found in Malaysia after she had been reported missing. Nora, 15, who had special needs, was on holiday with her family when she disappeared from her room at the Dusun resort on 4 August.

An autopsy will be carried out on her body today. 350 people took part during the search held in the forest near the resort for Nora, who is of Irish and French descent. Her body was found near a stream around two kilometres away from Dusan, and she was naked.

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