Chinese, Singaporean, Thai nationals injured in Bukit Bintang blast


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  • Thursday, 09 Oct 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Police believed among the 14 injured in the Bukit Bintang grenade blast early Thursday are two China nationals, two Sinagporeans and a Thai.

They were all admitted to the nearby Tung Shin Hospital for treatment after the blast outside a nightclub in Sun Complex at 4.25am.

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