A journalist walks by a burnt car that was flipped upside down during a riot at the Seafields temple. Photo: EP A journalist walks by a burnt car that was flipped upside down during a riot at the Seafields temple. Photo: EP
A journalist walks by a burnt car that was flipped upside down during a riot at the Seafields temple. Photo: EP
Malaysia

In Malaysia, a firefighter’s death threatens to set off long-standing racial tensions

  • Muhammad Adib, 24, succumbed to injuries sustained last month when he responded to clashes over the proposed relocation of a Hindu temple
  • His death has sparked calls for the sacking of national unity minister P. Waythamoorthy

Topic |   Malaysia
A journalist walks by a burnt car that was flipped upside down during a riot at the Seafields temple. Photo: EP A journalist walks by a burnt car that was flipped upside down during a riot at the Seafields temple. Photo: EP
A journalist walks by a burnt car that was flipped upside down during a riot at the Seafields temple. Photo: EP
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