Nora Quoirin death: Malaysia coroner rules out involvement of others

Fifteen-year-old went missing overnight while on holiday with her family in Malaysia in 2019

An inquest into the death of Nora Anne Quoirin, the London teenager whose body was found in a Malaysian jungle, has ruled that no third party was involved and that she probably died of misadventure.

The coroner, Maimoonah Aid, ruled out homicide, natural death and suicide on Monday and said the French-Irish 15-year-old probably got lost after leaving her family’s cottage on her own.

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