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London slavery: Investigations to take one year, 50,000 documents to review

4 December 2013

PETALING JAYA: The investigation into the case of Siti Aishah Abd Wahab, the 69-year-old Malaysian woman who was allegedly held for more than three decades by a cult-like Maoist sect in London, may take up to a year.

London slavery: Siti Aishah says she was happy in the UK

30 November 2013

PETALING JAYA: Siti Aishah Abdul Wahab, who is one of three women held "captive" by a couple in London, has told her sister Kamar Mautum that she has been happy and loved during her time in London, according to a report by the Daily Telegraph.

Tearful reunion for Siti Aishah and sister

30 November 2013

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian woman rescued after being enslaved by a Maoist group for 30 years has met her sister, Kamar Mahtum Abdul Wahab, in London in a tearful reunion.

London slavery: A timeline of events

29 November 2013

UK television station ITV runs a documentary called Forced to Marry which highlights the plight of young girls pushed into marriage and the work of Freedom Charity, a non-governmental organisation dedicated to fighting this phenomenon.

London slavery: Sisters meet after 30 years

29 November 2013

PETALING JAYA: The 30-year wait to meet her sister came to an end for former teacher Kamar Mahtum when she managed to meet her Siti Aishah Wahab in an undisclosed location in London.

London slavery: Siti Aishah warded after suffering a stroke

29 November 2013

JELEBU: Siti Aishah Abd Wahab, the 69-year-old Malaysian woman caught in the slavery controversy in London, has been warded for a stroke.

London slavery: Syed Husin recalls meeting with sect

29 November 2013

PETALING JAYA: Veteran politician Dr Syed Husin Ali has revealed that he came into contact with members of a Maoist sect while doing his postgraduate studies in Britain.

London slavery: Siti Aishah recuperating in hospital after suffering stroke, claims niece

28 November 2013

JELEBU: Siti Aishah Abd Wahab, the 69-year-old Malaysian woman who was allegedly held for more than three decades by a cult-like Maoist sect in London, is recuperating in hospital after apparently suffering a stroke recently.

London slavery: If Aishah has unknowingly lost her citizenship, it will be reinstated, says Wisma Putra

28 November 2013

PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian High Commission has yet to have access to the Malaysian woman, identified as Aishah Wahab by British authorities, who has been held captive in London for 30 years, Wisma Putra said in a statement on Thursday.

London slavery: PKR's Syed Husin believes Comrade Bala is Singaporean

28 November 2013

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Dr Syed Husin Ali has revealed that when he was doing post-graduate studies in the UK in the late 1960s he came into contact with members of a Maoist sect who have now gained notoriety after being implicated in a modern slavery case in Lambeth.

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