Two British students were stabbed to death in Malaysia after an argument in a bar, according to a local report.
The Newcastle University medical students, both men aged 22 and 23, were killed in Kuching town in the state of Sarawak.
Four Malaysian suspects have been arrested by police and a knife has been recovered.
An investigator told a local paper: "The suspects followed the victims when they left the pub and attacked them".
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