The naked body of a vulnerable Franco-Irish teen who disappeared from a Malaysian resort was found in a jungle ravine Tuesday after a day search involving a hundreds-strong team. A helicopter winched the body out of the rainforest and transported it to hospital, and the parents of missing year-old Nora Quoirin later identified her. She disappeared from the Dusun Resort, not far from Kuala Lumpur, on August 4, a day after checking in for a holiday with her London-based family. Her family believed the teen, who had learning difficulties, had been abducted but police classified it as a missing person case. More than people were deployed to hunt through dense jungle, backed by helicopters, drones, sniffer dogs and divers, while traditional shamans conducted rituals in a bid to locate her. The body was found in a small stream in a ravine about 2.
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The incident drew worldwide attention and support for Nora's family. Malaysian police on Tuesday found the unclothed body of an Irish teenager who went missing from a jungle resort in the Southeast Asian country 10 days ago, though it was not yet clear what caused her death. Fifteen-year-old Nora Anne Quoirin, who had suffered learning difficulties, was reported missing on August 4 after her family arrived at the Dusun rainforest resort in Seremban, about 70 km 44 miles south of the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur. The body, found near a stream about 2. Authorities had begun a criminal investigation into the disappearance, according to Malaysia's deputy police chief, Mazlan Mansor, although an initial investigation revealed no evidence of criminal behaviour. Nora had been vulnerable since birth, never went out alone and had limited verbal communication skills, her family said last week, adding that she had visited many countries in Asia and Europe but never before wandered off. The incident drew worldwide attention and support for the family, from former world chess champion Garry Kasparov among others.
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