Four men 'admit killing' British students in Borneo

Four men arrested in Malaysia over the fatal stabbings of two British medical students have admitted the crime, a police chief has said.

Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger, who were both 22 and studying at Newcastle University, were reportedly involved in an argument at a bar in Kuching before the attack.

Deputy police commissioner Chai Khin Chung said police had now finished their investigation after the men confessed to the stabbings.

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Students 'warned of local bar dangers' before attack

Two British medical students stabbed to death in Malaysia were warned about the dangers of drinking in bars on the island of Borneo days before the fatal attack, according to reports.

Neil Dalton (left) and Aidan Brunger. Credit: Facebook

Aidan Brunger and Neil Dalton were killed just days after two Irish medics were reportedly beaten up in a bar in the region.

Staff at the teaching hospital both students were attached to warned their pupils about the dangers of drinking in the area after the attack, reports claimed.

Four people are believed to have been arrested in connection with the killings of Mr Dalton and Mr Brunger.

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