Murder cases resulting from domestic violence are far from uncommon, but the fact that our laws don’t recognise murder as a form of domestic violence means that these cases can’t be tracked so that action can be taken to address this disturbing problem.
BFM speaks with Isabel Chung from the Women’s Aid Organisation to find out more.
Produced by Loo Juosie
Presented by Sharmilla Ganesan and Lee Chwi Lynn
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