GUILTY Malaysia - Neil Dalton & Aidan Brunger, both 22, found slain, Kuching, 6 Aug 2014

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    'A Malaysian fishmonger on Tuesday was charged with murder over the fatal stabbing of two British medical students, a crime that carries the death penalty, local media and police said.'

    'The bodies of Newcastle University students Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger, both 22, were found early August 6 lying in the road in Kuching, capital of Sarawak state on Borneo island.'

    Death by hanging will be mandatory if the suspect, Zulkipli Abdullah, 23, is found guilty.

    https://sg.news.yahoo.com/malaysian-charged-murder-british-medical-students-091928659.html
     
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    'The funeral of a medical student who was stabbed to death in Borneo will be held in a Derbyshire church later.'

    'Neil Dalton, 22, from Ambergate, Derbyshire, was killed with his friend Aidan Brunger, from Kent, in Kuching in the last few days of a medical placement.'

    Coroners have opened but adjourned inquests into the death of both the students.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-derbyshire-28950149
     
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