Malaysian police cite hunger and stress as likely causes of Irish girl's death
Thursday, 15 August 2019
Malaysian authorities said on Thursday an Irish girl who was missing for 10 days before her body was found near a jungle stream had died from internal bleeding, probably due to prolonged hunger and stress.
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