Talk:Ghazali Shafie

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Age: 87 or 88?[edit]

I note the media is universally reporting that Ghazali was aged 88 at the time of his death. The media is also universally reporting that he was born on 22 March 1922. For the time being, I think we should list the age of his death as being 87, not 88, on this page and on Deaths in 2010. I'm comfortable that adding correctly does not amount to original research! Hopefully the Malaysian media will fix this discrepancy up soon enough. --Mkativerata (talk) 23:14, 24 January 2010 (UTC)