Nora Quoirin autopsy in Malaysia finds she probably died of starvation and stress

Police say no evidence of kidnapping in case of British teenager who disappeared from eco-resort on 3 August

The autopsy of Nora Quoirin, the 15-year-old who went missing in the Malaysian jungle, has concluded that she likely died of starvation and stress after spending seven days in the jungle.

Speaking outside the police headquarters in Seremban, police chief Mohammad Mat Yusop said Nora had died “two to three days ago” from a “ruptured ulcer in her abdomen, possibly caused by starvation or stress”.

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