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Wan Azizah: Homemaker To DPM

From homemaker and struggling opposition politician seeking reforms and championing the cause of her imprisoned husband, her journey continues - even now as the nation's first female Deputy Prime Minister.

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Racoon's Climb Up 25-Storey Building Has Netizens On Tenterhooks

One lucky racoon in the US has not only made it (to the top of a building, that is), but has also gained world-wide attention for its dare-devil antics.

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Chinese Vase Found In Shoebox Sells For $19 Million

PARIS - An 18th century Chinese vase found in a shoebox in an attic in France sold for 16.2 million euros ($19 million) at auction in Paris on Tuesday.

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Jordan Charity Gathers Hotel Leftovers To Feed Poor

AMMAN - At the end of a lavish Ramadan buffet in the banquet hall of one of Amman’s five-star hotels, a young Jordanian charity worker rushes to gather up left-over food that his team of volunteers will package and redistribute to needy families.

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USM Lecturer Named 'World's Best Science Communicator' Encourages M’sians In STEM To Let Their Research Be Heard

Newly minted World's Best Science Communicator Dr Siti Khayriyyah Mohd Hanafiah is encouraging her fellow STEM peers to be bold in sharing their research findings.

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Your Dish Towels Can Cause Food Poisoning, Here’s Why

Whether it’s prepping food, cooking or baking, it’s always handy to have a dish towel in your kitchen to wipe that grease off the stove, or dry your wet hands – and most women who spend time in this area of the house would agree.

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Three Days With The North Koreans - Awkward Glances And A Scant Smile

Pic: ReutersSINGAPORE: At the end of the second night of living in the same ritzy Singapore hotel as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a member of his security staff sat beside a Reuters reporter in the lobby and smiled.

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Here Are Today's Headlines

The English dailies today highlighted the news of Sarawak parties leaving Barisan Nasional (BN), BN’s bleak future, Pakatan Harapan moving closer to a super majority in the parliament, and the Attorney-General (AG) receiving the probe papers for 1MDB.

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The Biggest Winner At The U.S.-North Korea Summit: China

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Honestly, I think he’s going to do these things,” President Trump told reporters in Singapore on Tuesday night, after signing a page of loose declarations with Kim Jong Un. “I may stand before you in six months and say, ‘Hey, I was wrong.’ I don’t know that I’ll ever admit that, but I’ll find some kind of an excuse.”

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Sports Personalities Share Their Stories Of Experiencing The World Cup

The 2018 World Cup kicks off tomorrow after 1,784 days Germany brought home the trophy in 2014 and all eyes will be on Russia.

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