MISSING TEEN FOUND DEAD IN MALAYSIAN JUNGLE DIED OF 'STARVATION AND STRESS,' AUTHORITIES RULE

Starvation and stress killed a 15-year-old girl whose body was found in the Malaysian jungle after she went missing during a family vacation. Malaysian police found no evidence of abduction or murder in the case of Nora Quoirin in the autopsy, The Guardian reported. Her devastated family had feared...

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