Against a backdrop of strict gun control, a series of brutal shootings have raised security concerns in Malaysia. Eleven people have been shot dead, often in street attacks, and several others have been injured.

From the Straits Times

Street killings spark fears in Malaysia

Since January, there have been at least 11 such shooting cases nationwide, with eight people killed. The gangland-style assassinations all targeted individuals, with several carried out in broad daylight.

Last month, a gunman on a motorcycle fired five bullets into the car of a real estate agent, Datin Renyce Wong Siew Ling, 32, killing her. Her eight-year-old daughter, who was shot twice, survived.

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