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[Video] This Deleted Titanic Ending Scene Is Going Viral, Netizens Say It Made Them Cry Buckets

Who could forget the tragic love story of Jack and Rose, let alone Celine Dion’s ‘My Heart Will Go On’ iconic ballad.

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KFC Is Releasing The Long-Awaited Chizza Tomorrow!

Remember the much hyped KFC ‘Chizza’ that went viral early this year? Malaysian KFC lovers can finally stop dreaming and sink their teeth in the one-of-a-kind product, as it will be released in Malaysia tomorrow (November 21)!

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After S'pore PM Announced That Taxes Will Rise, Political Analyst Suggest DAP Should Go 'Save Singapore' Too

When Budget 2018 was announced, the Opposition launched into its campaign to accuse the government of wasteful spending which led to our nation's dependence on the Goods & Services Tax (GST).

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Here Are The Headlines For Today:

The English dailies opened the week with news concerning Malaysian children being most concerned about bullying, the second finance minister has called for a pause on high-end property projects for the sake of the economy as well as news pertaining most Malaysians not being able to afford PR1MA homes.

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Fathia Latiff Lands In Hot Water Again, As Her Tweet About Petrol Prices Gets Slammed By Netizens

After the 'Bigo Live' controversy, it seems that actress Fathia Latiff just can't keep her head out of trouble, landing in controversy after controversy due to her sometimes 'unintelligent statements'.

Fathia Latiff before this was once under fire from netizens for criticizing the Youth and Sports Minister, Khairy Jamaluddin by saying that his idea of making Malaysia a cashless country will turn Malaysia back to the prehistoric ages, by using the barter system.

After being the butt of netizen's jokes, she tried to go back on her statement by saying that she meant it sarcastically.

"I'm not stupid. I realize and understand the headline of the news, but I purposely tweeted in a sarcastic manner.

The Ariana Rose star then caused another furore soon after that, by calling out our Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak for not visiting Pulau Pinang during the recent flood disaster.

Unbeknownst to her, the Prime Minister actually visited Pulau Pinang a day before her tweet, and Fathia Latiff issued an apology soon after.

But in her apology, Fathia also took a shot at Malaysia's democracy, saying that Malaysia is a country that doesn't practice free speech.

"I understand that Malaysians are sensitive. Our country's system also does not allow for complete freedom of speech. Once again, I apologize," tweeted Fathia.

Even after all those issues and 'foot in mouth' incidents, Fathia found herself as the butt of jokes by netizens again by trying to act as an economic expert on social media.

"World fuel prices per litre. United Arab Emirates RM1.22, Bahrain RM0.89, Qatar RM0.72, Kuwait RM0.69, Libya RM0.46, Arab Saudi 0.39, Iran RM0.36, Nigeria RM0.33, Turkmenistan RM0.26, Venezuela RM0.16. Malaysia???? RM2.30. Guess which country has the highest price," the actress tweeted.

This issue caused political analysit and blogger Lim Sian See to explain the discrepancy between fuel prices, stating that the prices Fathia stated was from 2014.

"The price stated here are old prices, in 2014. Since then, all the countries stated has increased their prices massively. For example, the price in UAE is almost the same with Malaysia," LSS highlighted Fathia's ignorance in a recent Facebook posting.

Not surprisingly, Fathia's tweet drew the ire of netizens, and some of them even urged the actress to trade her actress hat for a politician hat.

"How about you govern the country, I want to see what kind of improvements you can bring. Who knows, maybe if you govern the country fuel wil be free right?!!" said Alyaa Mazlan.

Echoing Lim Sian See's sentiments, Amir Zahid also chided Fathia for using the wrong currency as reference while comparing fuel prices.

"Even the basic facts are wrong. All the fuel prices are in US Dollars, not Ringgit Malaysia and some of the values were wrong,"

Muzaffar Ina another Twitter user, corrected Fathia's facts for her by presenting an infographic explaining the standing of Malaysia's fuel price compared to the world.

She also said that Fathia "should read more, and not speak about things she does not know about,"

-mD

Macron Is Popular - At Least When He's Imprisoned In A Snow Globe

Pic: Reuters (Snowglobes depicting French President Emmanuel Macron, made by Bruot company in eastern France, are displayed at a store in Paris, France, November 17, 2017.)

PARIS - His ratings may be down, but snow globes containing pictures of French President Emmanuel Macron are flying off the shelves in Paris - bought both by fans and by those who want to give a tongue-in-cheek present.

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‘Justice League’ Disappoints In US With $96 Million Opening

LOS ANGELES  — Only in the modern era of superhero films could a $96 million opening weekend be considered anything less than impressive. But that’s the situation Warner Bros. and DC’s “Justice League” find themselves in.

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Indonesia Unveils Plan To Roll Out 1,000 Eco-Mosques By 2020

Pic: ReutersKUALA LUMPUR: Worshippers in Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim-majority country, are set to go green with a new initiative that aims to establish 1,000 eco-mosques by 2020.

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A Million Children Orphaned By The Syrian War

As many as a million children have been orphaned by the war in Syria which is in its sixth year.

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How Islam Is Slowly Getting More Accepted In The Land Of The Rising Sun

Japan is not a country one would associate with Islam, with it recognised as a Shinto-majority country. Of the 127 million people living in Japan, only 100,000 Muslims reside in the country, with majority being foreign nationals.

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