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LAST_UPDATETue, 19 Jun 2018 12am

[Video] What Can Malaysians Expect To See When The Super Blue Blood Moon Happens On 31 January?

Filepic: NASA

The last time such a rare combination occurred was 150 years ago and its happening again, on the last Wednesday of this month.

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New Zealand Rugby Superstar Shares The 'Amazing Feeling' Of His Umrah Pilgrimage With Fans

Pic: Sonny Bill Williams

Pro Rugby player, Sonny Bill Williams, has made his first trip to Mecca and Medina since converting to Islam in the year 2009 – before commencing his preseason training.

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Scathing Trump Book 'Fire And Fury' Heads To Television

Pic: ReutersLOS ANGELES: Michael Wolff’s explosive behind-the-scenes book about U.S. President Donald Trump, “Fire and Fury,” is headed for television, Hollywood trade publications reported on Wednesday.

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Korea’s Unification For Winter Olympics Proves Kim Jong Un Has Won Against Trump

North and South Korea marching under a united flag for the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, has made the major headlines today.

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Dear Fathia Latiff, It's Not OK To Joke About Suicide

For months, local celebrity Fathia Latiff has been severely scrutinised by Malaysians following her string of controversies, triggered by her unfiltered two cents, which many have deemed as heart-heated and ignorant.

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Thumbs Up For Bront, Fazura

NUR Fazura Sharifuddin and Bront Palarae made their Malaysian fans proud of their performance in Indonesia’s hit religious-romantic movie Ayat-Ayat Cinta 2, but it seems the movie’s Indonesian cast think highly of the duo too.

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What Are Today’s Headlines?

The English dailies today reports on the new questions being raised about the case of Pastor Raymond Koh's abduction, rent-to-own home ownership, the funeral of the 15-year-old boy whose skull was crushed by a falling chair thrown from a high-rise flat, the disturbing new trend of sugar daddies, and 47 MACC officers placed in ministries and agencies being recalled.

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Fragment Of Flag Nelson Flew At Trafalgar Sells For Almost 300,000 Pounds

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LONDON - A piece of the Union Jack flag believed to have been flown from the flagship of Britain’s Lord Horatio Nelson’s ship during the Battle of Trafalgar sold for 297,000 pounds ($410,000) at an auction in London on Thursday.

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Why Everyone Needs To Move On From The H&M ‘Racist’ Hoodie Controversy

After the ‘Coolest monkey in the jungle’ controversial hoodie, Swedish fashion brand H&M has gone a step beyond just humbly apologising to clear their name from being labelled ‘racist’.

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This Woman Is So Addicted To Candy Crush She Has To Go To Therapy Because Of It

The trend of playing the once-popular mobile game Candy Crush has fizzled out in Malaysia, but for one woman in United Kingdom, she devoted her life to the game so much that it had taken over her life completely.

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