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LAST_UPDATESat, 24 Feb 2018 10am

What Are Today’s Headlines?

 
The English dailies today reports on the alleged criminal breach of trust by a lawyer which led to his clients losing RM25 million, the Deputy Prime Minister's (DPM) statements regarding Malaysia's war against drugs, and the controversial new Umrah pilgrims registration system.
 

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[Video] Check Out 'Bayi Yu', Baby Shark Now Has Its Own Malay Version

Just when we thought we heard the last of the addictive Baby Shark song, Astro decided to team up with Pinkfong to release their latest single ‘Bayi Yu’ which is a translated Malay version of the famous children song.

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Fifty Chinese Couples Marry In Mass Ceremony In Sri Lanka

Pic: ReutersCOLOMBO: Fifty couples from China tied the knot in the Sri Lankan capital on Sunday in a mass wedding ceremony, conducted in the island’s Buddhist traditions, as the island aims to woo more tourists.

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Children Inherit Their Intelligence From Their Mother Not Their Father, Say Scientists

Filepic: Shutterstock

A mother's genetics determines how clever her children are, according to researchers, and the father makes no difference.

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Palestinians Want Malaysians To Know Why Jerusalem Is Important To Them

Pic: Middle East Monitor

After United States President Donald Trump broke international consensus by boldly recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, expectedly, the news was not well-received by people from all walks of life as it further drives a wedge between Israel and Palestine.

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Blade Running Thai Dog Gets New Lease Of Life

Pic: ReutersBANGKOK: A Thai dog which had its legs hacked off for chewing a pair of shoes is running free again after being fitted with the type of blades used by paralympic runners.

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Indian Woman Disfigures Lover To Disguise Him As Dead Husband, Says Plan Was Inspired By Movie Plot

An Indian woman decided to disfigure her lover to pass him off as her dead husband, but her ruse was exposed after he refused to eat a bowl of mutton soup.

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Think You Can Win This Contest Which Requires You To Do Absolutely Nothing?

Yes, you read that right: on December 10, a major competition was held in Taipei, Taiwan where its participants were required to do nothing for at least 90 minutes.

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Connexion Conference & Event Centre Backs Community Care Programme to Support Refugee Children

Associates from Connexion Conference & Event Centre (CCEC) visited United Learning Centre off Jalan Imbi on 8 December for the last Community Care Programme organised by UOA Hospitality for 2017. The team contributed food for the learning centre’s year-end celebration for the refugee children as well as the volunteers who have been teaching at the centre.

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