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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