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Hidden Camera Found In Starbucks Toilet, Careful You Might Be The Next Victim

A Starbucks worker once shared the store he works at serves an average of around 600-700 drinks per day, which include drive-thru aside walk-ins and take outs.

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[VIDEO] Sophia The Robot Wants To Start A Family

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One day, Sophia hopes to start a family, have a child, make friends, be famous and have a career. These all sound like hopes and dreams of a regular human being. Well, not really - these are the ambitions of a robot.

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Cinnamon Helps Burn Fat Cells, Study Finds

Scientists have found that an ingredient in cinnamon could help fat-burning in humans.

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Police Astounded To Discover What This Man Did With His Handphone And Computer Tablet While Driving

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The police could not believe their eyes when they pulled this man over after they spotted him wearing headphones while driving.

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If You Use Your Handphone To Make Payments, Beware Of These Tricks Hackers Use To Access It

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Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin had highlighted Malaysia's move towards a cashless society by 2050 during a TN50 dialogue session last month.

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Rohingya Refugees Claim They Are Not Given Basic Rights In Malaysia

Malaysia has been very vocal in its support for Myanmar’s shunned Rohingya community and made sure the support goes far and wide.

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Here Are The Headlines For Today:

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The English dailies today reported on a possible law that will be in place to curb the illegal use of drones, a more comprehensive evaluation will be used to evaluate Year Six pupils, consumers associations are asking the government to bring back RON92 and Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi asking Malaysians to get maids elsewhere.

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Three Coffees A Day Linked To More Health Than Harm: Study

Pic: ReutersPeople who drink three to four cups of coffee a day are more likely to see health benefits than harm, experiencing lower risks of premature death and heart disease than those who abstain, scientists said on Wednesday.

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Jack Maynard: When Stars' Social Media Posts Come Back To Haunt Them

Jack Maynard has 1.2 million subscribers on YouTube

Virtually every celebrity breaking through today - certainly all those who are as big on YouTube as Jack Maynard is - will owe at least part of their success to social media.

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The One Thing Malaysians Won't Be Short Of In 2018 – Long Weekends

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KUALA LUMPUR: Time to start planning your holidays Malaysians, for there will be a bumper crop of long weekends in 2018.

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