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Fisherman court date

Fisherman court date

A Cambodia fisherman who was charged with attempted murder of a crew member in Malaysia last Sunday is scheduled to face court next month, court officials said. Intan Zulliana, a criminal clerk at Kuala Terengganu Magistrate’s court in Malaysia, said yesterday that Kadir Salleh would face court on May 18. Rahimah Othman, an interpreter at the court, said both Kadir Salleh and his brother Arifin Salleh were also charged with immigration violations on April 17. Koy Kuong, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said embassy officials in Malaysia had still not received any official reports from relevant authorities.

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