Missing Singaporean kayakers: Woman's Malay Muslim + Chinese Catholic: 1 day ago   01:41

Malaysia authorities said a body, which they suspected was female, had been found in Kemaman, off Terengganu, in the case of the missing Singaporean kayakers. They had notified the family of Ms Puah Geok Tin. Ms Puah's family left Mersing on the afternoon of Aug 14 for Kemaman.

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Cereal Killer
Condolences to the Family.
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