Two British medical students, who were stabbed to death in Malaysia, were undergoing training at a local hospital and were set to return to Britain later this month, according to a local report.
The Britons were reportedly found with stab wounds in the chest and back at 4.15am local time after arguing with four Malaysian men.
The suspects reportedly pursued the two suspects in a car before the attack.
A restaurant worker called police after witnessing the incident, the report added.
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