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This New Trend In Plastic Surgery Looks Like The Most Painful Thing On Earth. Yikes!

Pic: Instagram

It seems Kylie Jenner isn’t the only one who is over big lips — the latest plastic surgery trend filling our feeds is all about achieving a smaller pout.

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Charlie Sheen Accused Of Watching ‘Gay Porn Featuring Teen Boys’ In Unearthed Divorce Papers

Amid rape accusations directed at Charlie Sheen’s, allegations made against the actor by ex-wife Denise Richards in her filings for divorce have resurfaced. Sheen, 52, has categorically denied claims that he raped Corey Haim when the child star was 13 years old.

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Tune Talk CEO Jason Lo Spends Almost Two Months In Dubai Prison, Here's What Happened

Pic: Facebook

If you haven't noticed it, Tune Talk chief executive officer Jason Lo had suddenly disappeared from Malaysian business and entertainment news for quite a while.

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‘Never Give Up’ ─ M’sia’s One And Only Ultraman Shares Touching Story That Will Inspire IRONMAN Malaysia 2017 Participants

Photo: Ultraman Kannan Facebook

IRONMAN Malaysia 2017 kicks off tomorrow in Langkawi and one that will be in action is none other than our very own first and only Ultraman, Kannan Murugasan – who gained recognition from Malaysia's Book of Record after completing the Ultra520k Canada triathlon.

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What Are Today’s Headlines?

The English dailies today reports on the Home Ministrty's move toward 'modern policing' by incorporating smart auto-tracking CCTVs to be installed at 200 crime and accident hotspots as well as the Star Golden Hearts Award 2017 winners.

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'That's Art?' Baby Turns Heads In Manhattan Auction House Window

Pic: ReutersNEW YORK: A sculpture of a baby sleeping in an unusual New York City exhibit has Park Avenue window-shoppers alerting auction house staff that a child has been “forgotten in the display.”

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Dazzling Northern Lights Display Illuminates Finnish Skies

Pic: Reuters (The Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) is seen over the sky near the village of Pallas (Muonio region) of Lapland, Finland September 8, 2017. )

A spectacular multicolored display of the Northern Lights danced across the sky over Finland this week.

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Four Generations Of A South African Family

Pic: Reuters (Thumekile Mthiyane, 90, who is known as Gogo Mthiyane, stands outside of the family home in KwaNdengezi, South Africa, May 18, 2017. Gogo means grandmother in Zulu.)

KWANDENGEZI, South Africa: It’s early in the morning and 90-year-old Thumekile Mthiyane is making her daily 2 km (1 mile) walk along dirt roads snaking through crop fields and the hills of rural KwaZulu-Natal, a province on South Africa’s east coast.

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Free Higher Education In Malaysia, What This Really Means

What if, instead of paying tens of thousands of Ringgits on tuition for university, we went to an institution that charged exactly RM0 to everyone, and still had scholarships for working class students?

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As Disasters Surge, Nations Must Slash Emissions Faster, Climate Experts Urge

Pic: ReutersBONN: With hurricanes, floods and other impacts of climate change becoming increasingly destructive, countries urgently need to step up their ambitions to cut emissions if they are to keep global warming within safe limits, experts said ahead of U.N. climate talks starting on Monday.

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