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Actress Fathia Latiff Under Fire For Using The 'N' Word

KUALA LUMPUR: Once again, actress Nur Fathia Latiff landed herself in hot water following a tweet, deemed racist by Twitter users.

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[Video] 17-Year-Old Who Helped A Runner Cross The Finish Line Is Now Getting Marriage Proposals

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Marathons are a test of endurance, and many, regardless of age, challenge their mental and physical strength just to reach the finish line.

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Scientists Tested A Bone Believed To Belong To 'Santa Claus' And Here's What They Discovered

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The legend of Santa Claus has just received a big boost from science, just in time for the Christmas season.

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This 8-Year-Old’s Letter To Santa For Christmas Will Make You Weep

Most parents are probably scratching their heads as they figure out which gifts to buy for their children this forthcoming festive season – especially when the child has prepared a wish list to give to ‘Santa Claus.’

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How DAP Has Sold More Valuable Penang Land In 9 Years Under Guan Eng's Leadership Than BN Did For 40 Years

Who sold off more of Penang's highly valued real estate, the former Barisan Nasional led government or DAP?

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Next Time When You Hit A Pothole While Driving In Selangor, Here's What You Can Do

Are you a road user in Selangor and at times get frustrated with potholes that make your journey more bumpy that you would prefer?

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What Are Today’s Headlines?

The English dailies today reports on the aftermath of the Klang City International Marathon's tragic mishaps and the Customs Department cracking down on undeclared duties on goods perpetrated by 12 forwarding agents.

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The Food World Reacts To The Allegations Against Mario Batali

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The food community was shaken on Monday morning when one of the world’s biggest celebrity chefs joined the growing list of powerful men accused of sexual harassment and assault.

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And With The Swipe Of A Pen, Middle East Peace May Be Dead

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I was born in the Old City of Jerusalem in 1954 long before Israel occupied East Jerusalem in 1967. The city, for all its travails and painful history, holds a special place in my heart.

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Reaching Out To Malaysian Academia Under China’s Belt And Road Initiative

In May 2017, our Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and his delegates from both the Malaysian government and corporate sectors had graced the Belt and Road Forum which was hosted by the China President Xi Jinping in Beijing.

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