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Stem cell therapy holds promise
KUALA LUMPUR: While stem cell therapy holds a lot of promise for curing blood cancer and other disorders, the number of registered donors is still very low, said the...
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Stem cell therapy is promising, but we need more donors from more races
KUALA LUMPUR: Stem call therapy holds out great promise for treating blood cancer and other disorders, but the number of registered donors in Malaysia is very low...
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Chunky to hunky with the Tabata
A MAN in Japan claimed to have lost 13kg by doing the popular four-minute Tabata exercise every day for five months, China Press reported.
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Tun Razak and the question of racial dominance
Perlis Mufti Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin has received much flak over his remark that Malaysia is for the Malays as they form the dominant population.
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‘Beg-packers’ are the least of Malaysia’s problems
AUGUST 19 — I could be wrong, but I’ve been noticing a minor (albeit growing) backlash against “beg-packers” i.e.
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Trekkers kept a safe distance after discovering body of missing Irish teen
SEREMBAN, Malaysia - A team of seasoned hikers, who spotted human remains, stayed 20m away from the site until the police arrived, says group representative Kenny Lim.According to Lim, the 25-member ...
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Trekkers kept a safe distance
SEREMBAN: A team of seasoned hikers, who spotted human remains, stayed 20m away from the site until the police arrived, says group representative Kenny Lim.According to Lim, the 25-member team was scouring an area along a stream when they stumbled upon a lifeless body on Tuesday.
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Dep IGP: Preliminary probe shows body is Nora Anne's
Preliminary police probe shows that the body of a Caucasian female found along a stream at Pantai Hills near here is that of missing Irish teenager Nora Anne Quoirin.Deputy Inspector General of Police...
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Family confirms body found is Nora Anne's
SEREMBAN: The family of Nora Anne Quoirin has confirmed that the body found is that of the missing Irish teenager, according to the Negri Sembilan state police chief.
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Dep IGP: Preliminary probe shows body is Nora Anne's
SEREMBAN: Preliminary police probe shows that the body of a Caucasian female found along a stream at Pantai Hills near here is that of missing Irish teenager Nora Anne Quoirin.
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Body found likely that of Nora Anne, says aid group
SEREMBAN: The Lucie Blackman Trust has confirmed that a body was found in the search for Nora Anne Quoirin, who went missing from a resort on Aug 4.
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'Please help fund my trip': Begpackers linger at Melaka's Jonker Street despite ban
MELAKA: A lanky Caucasian man with tattoos on both arms strummed his guitar while seated at the heart of Melaka’s famous Jonker Street.
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Melaka durian 'The Rock' to get name change; aims to be more famous than Mao Shan Wang
MELAKA - Melaka is cultivating its own durian clone with one aim in mind - to make its fruit even more famous than the reigning Musang King.
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'You must be stupid': Duterte says he won't be tried by international court
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has declared he will never be tried by an international court for mass killings in his war on drugs, and vowed no let-up in a crackdown that he said he was winning...
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Does size really matter?
Dear Dr. G, I am a 25-year-old average Joe who is having some inferior complex about my male asset below the waist.
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The slow, quiet death of our public education and an invitation to the funeral
JUNE 27 — Thirty years ago, International School Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) competed in the state inter-school football competition.
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A destiny tied to China
YOU’VE got to hand it to the British because they are really the masters at the game. Anyone who has studied basic Malayan history would know that officials during colonial times merely identified themselves as advisers.
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Good and bad service everywhere
I REFER to the letter “Yes, the grass is really greener elsewhere” (The Star, June 19).
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The CIA wants you! If you can speak Malay
PETALING JAYA: The United States’ Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) wants to recruit Malay-speaking agents, according to a banner displayed in Washington, DC.
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Irishman might have been killed over money games scam, says source
GEORGE TOWN: Police believe the Irishman who was found dead at an upscale apartment in Northam Road here last weekend may have been killed in an act of revenge over a money games scam.
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Cops hold two linked to murdered Irishman
GEORGE TOWN: Two people, connected to an Irishman who was murdered over the weekend, have been remanded to facilitate police investigations.
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Friends of murdered Irishman remanded
GEORGE TOWN, March 6 — Two people, believed to be friends of an Irishman who was murdered over the weekend, have been remanded to assist in police investigations into the case.
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Irishman found murdered in Penang with note claiming hate for mafia scammers
GEORGE TOWN, March 5 ― An Irishman was found murdered in his condominium at Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah yesterday evening with stab wounds and a handwritten note on a small piece of paper next to his bo...
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Irish man found dead in Penang apartment
GEORGE TOWN: An Irish IT manager was found dead in his apartment at Northam Road here yesterday evening with a stab wound to his stomach, in what police believe may have been an act of revenge.
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Russian couple arrested for endangering baby in Bukit Bintang ‘performance’
KUALA LUMPUR: A Russian couple who were seen endangering a baby during a “performance” at Bukit Bintang here, have been arrested.
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Cops arrest baby-juggling couple caught on viral video
The Caucasian couple seen endangering their baby by swinging the child around during a street performance has been arrested.
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Video of baby being flung around by the feet causes outrage
A video of a baby being flung around by the feet in an apparent street performance in Kuala Lumpur is causing outrage on social media.
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Baby swinging Caucasian in Bukit Bintang draws netizen’s outrage
PETALING JAYA: A video making its rounds on social media of a baby being flung around by its feet in what seems to be a street performance in Kuala Lumpur is causing an outrage among netizens.
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Video of baby being flung around by the feet causing outrage
PETALING JAYA: A video of a baby being flung around by the feet in an apparent street performance in Kuala Lumpur is causing outrage on social media.
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Former Malaysian minister Hishammuddin says Twitter account hacked after social media abuzz over porn post
PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Social media was abuzz after an Umno lawmaker shocked his followers on Wednesday (Jan 2) by "liking" a pornography post with explicit content on his Twitte...
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Hisham says Twitter account hacked after social media abuzz over porn post
PETALING JAYA: Social media was abuzz after an Umno lawmaker shocked his followers on Wednesday (Jan 2) by "liking" a pornography post with explicit content on his Twitter.
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