Malacca treasures found — by foreign divers


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  • Saturday, 21 Jun 2014

MALACCA: Photographs showing foreign divers looting relics from a cavern in Pulau Nangka, a tiny isle off the coast here, has baffled Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron.

The pictures that appeared in a bi-weekly Malay tabloid featured two divers, a male and a female, allegedly French nationals, holding relics of tortoise-shaped gold-plated bars and other ornaments in an underground waterway leading to the cave.

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