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Remember The 600,000 Banglas ‘Hired’ To Vote In GE13? Here’s A Recap Of The Opposition’s Lies In The Past Election

Tensions are rising in the lead up to the upcoming 14th General Election (GE14), with both the ruling and opposition coalition at loggerheads – hence the nation should be cautious over false information being disseminated across all news platforms, both local and international.

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What Are Today's Headlines?

Two of the English dailies report on the tabling of the redelineation motion in Parliament today, while others cover on Uber’s takeover by Grab and the Election Commission (EC) defending their integrity.

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Techno Teachers: Finnish School Trials Robot Educators

Pic: ReutersTAMPERE, FINLAND: Elias, the new language teacher at a Finnish primary school, has endless patience for repetition, never makes a pupil feel embarrassed for asking a question and can even do the “Gangnam Style” dance. Elias is also a robot.

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Bulletproof, Slow And Full Of Wine: Kim Jong-Un’s Mystery Train

Pic: A train believed by some to be from North Korea at Beijing’s central railway station on Tuesday. It fueled speculation that North Korea’s leader had arrived for talks with his Chinese counterpart. (Jason Lee/Reuters)

HONG KONG — A train, nearly as mysterious as its principal passenger, pulled into Beijing’s central train station Monday night, fueling speculation that Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s leader, had arrived in the capital for secret talks with his Chinese counterpart.

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[Exclusive] UPNM, Enough Is Enough! 8 Seniors Bullying Their Junior?

Less than a year ago, on June 1, Malaysians were left in shock over the death of National Defence University of Malaysia (UPNM) student, Zulfarhan Osman Zulkarnain. The naval cadet student became the victim of merciless torture after he was accused of stealing his friend's laptop, and passed away after succumbing to horrific injuries.

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[VIDEO] Boy Who Jumped Out Of Burning Russian Mall Now In A Coma; Doesn’t Know His Parents Are Gone

A massive fire broke out at a shopping mall in the Siberian city of Kemerovo on Sunday, killing 64 people with nearly a dozen children thought to be missing.

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Will Anti-Fake News Law Give No Room To Satire?

The Malaysian Parliament yesterday witnessed a momentous event as the proposed Anti-Fake News Bill 2018 was tabled, following the Cabinet’s approval last week.

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If You Happen To Own This Rare Vintage BMX Bicycle, It Is Now Worth Over RM180K

While the latest model of the United Supreme BMX 2018 would cost bicycle enthusiasts and collectors £316.66 (RM1,746), a rare Supreme model, on the other hand, costs a fortune.

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