Missing MH370: Iranians on flight likely to have gotten fake passports at KLIA

Sole lead: Khaled showing a picture of Rakhman.

KUALA LUMPUR: It has been 10 months since Syrian teacher Khaled Ali and his family had been stranded here after being conned into believing they could get passports at the KL International Airport to enter Sweden.

He paid US$9,500 (RM28,500) to one Abdul Rakhman Salekh, aged about 50, who offered the passports and flight tickets to him and his five family members to travel here from Moscow, and then to Stockholm.

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