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Malaysia uses recording of mother’s voice in hunt for missing teen

Malaysian rescuers play voice recordings of missing Franco-Irish teenager Nora Quoirin’s mother on Friday as they search for the lost 15-year-old by the jungle near the resort where she was last seen.

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