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Australia 'concerned' over journalists detained in Malaysia

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Malaysia, a country full of corrupted leader who like to spread racial hatred towards the Chinese. A democratic country means having freedom of speech but sadly, despite being democratic, Malaysia are not doing this at all.

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despite being democratic

Democratic? Try again

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It doesn't matter what country you in! One can't just run to to a President or Prime Minister!

If there were no police line... well, then these two journalists should be thanked for exposing a "security flaw"!

The best case scenario... the cops are "retained"... the journalists are freed... and the PM should meet with them!

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The journalists were doing their job. The knee-jerk reaction of arrest and confiscation of passports is an indication Malaysia is hardly a democracy. The journalists are on to something very fishy.

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