I felt a real empathy for the parents of the missing girl in Malaysia. I myself have Autism and a Borderline Learning Disability. The pictures of the little girl greatly resonate with me due to my own disability. I hope soon, after nearly a week now, that she is found, alive and well. The very best of luck in locating her, look out for her, see the image below.

a person in a white shirt: Nora, who has learning difficulties, was reported missing on Sunday morning

Up-date 10.08.19

Here’s a link with the latest on this ongoing story: 

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/nora-quoirin-police-fear-for-suvival-of-girl-15-missing-in-malaysia-a4210436.html

Up-date 12.08.19

The family are now offering a reward of £10,000 for information. Here is the latest link in this ongoing story: 

https://news.sky.com/story/nora-quoirin-more-than-100k-raised-for-family-of-teen-missing-in-malaysia-11783573

Up-date 16.08.19

I was really saddened at the news of the discovery of Nora’s body and to learn of how she died. However there appear to be many more questions. https://news.sky.com/story/nora-quoirin-grandfather-backs-foul-play-theory-someone-tried-to-get-rid-of-her-11786358

Up-date 18.08.19

Here is another up-date on the passing of this amazing girl. I found two recent online articles interesting. One in the Daily Mail, reprinted in MSN News, about the search, the other in the Mirror focuses more on the family now. 

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/malaysian-police-admit-inexperienced-officers-may-have-missed-vital-clues-in-10-day-search-for-nora-quoirin-as-her-family-fly-15-year-olds-body-back-to-uk/ar-AAFXVtX?li=BBoPWjQ

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/nora-quoirin-body-brought-home-18955476