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LAST_UPDATETue, 22 Aug 2017 1pm

[WITH PICS] A First Look At Tunku Tun Aminah And Dennis Muhammad’s Solemnisation

The official photograph of Dennis Muhammad and Tunku Tun Aminah as husband and wife. (Pic: Royal Press Office)

Tears of joy swept the nation as the Johor Princess Tunku Tun Aminah Sultan Ibrahim, weds the love of her life, Dennis Muhammad Abdullah, at Istana Bukit Serene earlier today – solemnising their relationship as husband and wife in the eyes of God.

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GrabCar Driver Loses It And Punches His Passenger On Her Face

A teenage girl broke her nose after claiming to be beaten by a GrabCar service driver as a result of a misunderstanding between them in an incident at the Sri Anggerik Apartment, Bandar Puchong.

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Johor All Geared Up In Anticipation Of Tunku Aminah's Wedding

Pic: Facebook

Malay royalty, heads of state and heads of government from all over the region were spotted arriving in Johor Bahru ahead of the much anticipated nuptials of Johor princess Tunku Tun Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah Sultan Ibrahim.

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What Are Today’s Headlines?

Featured on the English dailies today are MACC’s further investigations in raiding the house of a Penang state assemblyman, arrest of rebellious teenagers suspected of gangsterism in Kuala Lumpur, Ahmad Zahid’s advice to UMNO grassroots leaders and a human trafficking scam that targets young Bangladeshis.

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British Pensioners Rushing To Settle In EU Countries Ahead Of Brexit

British pensioners and people taking early retirement are flocking to settle in European countries ahead of Brexit, amid fears this will become more difficult once freedom of movement ends.

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Egyptian Artist Creates Portraits Out Of Burnt Tobacco

ALEXANDRIA, Egypt - In a small studio littered with empty cigarette packets in Egypt's second city, Alexandria, Abdelrahman al-Habrouk sits hunched over a sheet of paper making portraits with tobacco.

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Scoot Passenger Suffers Nasty Bed Bug Bites, And This Is Not The First Case

If you are planning to fly on low-cost Singaporean carrier Scoot, you might want to rethink your flying options.

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What M’sians In STEM Fields Say In Response To Google Anti-Diversity Memo

One would think that stereotypes against women from doing certain things would have changed especially in the present time where equality between men and women is considered an important aspect in society.

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More Than 80,000 Hit Sydney Streets For City2Surf Fun Run

SYDNEY - More than 80,000 runners took part in Sydney's annual City2Surf race on Sunday, with 2016 champion Harry Summers defending his title in 42 minutes and 16 seconds, media reported.

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Your Sleeping Pattern Could Be Making You Fatter

Pic: iStock/Getty ImagesYou might want to start swapping the all-nighters for Ovaltine - a study has found adults who have poor sleep patterns are more likely to be overweight and obese.

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