G25 retains name despite Mokhtar’s death


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  • Friday, 23 Jan 2015

PETALING JAYA: The G25 group of prominent Malays will retain its name despite losing a member, former diplomat Datuk Ahmad Mokhtar Selat, who has died of cancer.

Mokhtar, who was 66, is best remembered as the Malaysian ambassador to Peru who was taken hostage by armed Marxist rebels in 1996.

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