High price to pay in name of freedom

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  • Tuesday, 26 Sep 2017

Dangerous world: ACP Ong (centre) talking to the press on the missing children issue as DSP Saroja and ASP Zaza Dilla Abdul Razak look on.

EXCLUSIVE: KUALA LUMPUR: On average, four children go missing every day in the country.

From January to June this year, there were 723 missing children cases in 181 days, according to police statistics.

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