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Famous Laduree Paris Is Opening In Pavilion Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

When you talk about world famous macarons, you will hear names like Laduree from Paris France.

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A Tiger, Now A Tapir


PETALING JAYA: After a tiger, now a tapir has been spotted on Malaysian highways.

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Don't Make Negative Statements Against Adenan - Fatimah

SARIKEI: The people are asked not to make negative statements that are racist and slanderous against the late Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem in the social media.

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Malaysian Man Shocked By RM42K Bill From Telco After Spending 3 Days In Dubai

A careless mistake by a mobile user for not turning off data roaming is now costing him more than RM42,000 in telephone bills.

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A Malaysian Chef's Journey From The Small Town Of Kulai All The Way To Int'l Fame In Tokyo

KUALA LUMPUR: Literally starting from the bottom of the profession, Cheong Cherng Long, 31, has now become an international sensation as he won the first prize at Washoku World Challenge 2016.

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'Use Polygraph To Identify The Corrupt'

Former Sabah Water Department director Awang Mohd Tahir Mohd Talib, his wife, Fauziah Piut, and former deputy director Lim Lam Beng being escorted to the Sessions Court in Kota Kinabalu on Dec 29 to face money-laundering charges.KUALA LUMPUR: Several groups are pressing for the polygraph test — a screening system that has been proven effective in preventing and weeding out corrupt practices in the civil service — to be brought back.

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A Look At How Trump Might Shake Things Up In Asia

BEIJING  — Donald Trump has offered views on U.S. relations with Asia that could indicate radical shifts in long-standing policy toward the region. From opposing free trade agreements to confronting China and questioning Japan-South Korea alliances, he appears set to be charting a course far different from previous administrations.

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Banana Boat Sunscreen Leaves 5-Year-Old With Blisters, Suffering From Horrific First-Degree Burns

A beach getaway should be a fun way for parents to spend time with their children, but for an Australian mother, Danielle Batten, it turned out to be quite a disaster.

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Scientists Scramble To Secure Climate Data, Fearing Trump Purge

Sea ice floats in the western Antarctic peninsula, March 05, 2016, where penguins forage for krill. But krill are getting scarcer in the western Antarctic peninsula, threatened by climate change and fishing. Photo by Eitan Abramovich/AFP/Getty
 
Scientists who study global warming and the climate crisis rely heavily on government data to document broader trends. What happens when Americans elect a climate-denying television personality to the presidency, and he chooses a variety of other climate deniers to lead key agencies?

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