• Bieber’s dad congratulates him after nude pictures

    Justin Bieber’s father Jeremy congratulated his son on the size of his manhood after nude pictures emerged of the singer on holiday.

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  • Dr Mahathir questions if Najib behind A-G’s clearance of 1MDB

    The Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) is not being transparent in clearing state investor 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) of making false disclosures, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today, and asked if the prime minister was behind the decision. Writing in his blog this evening, the former prime minister also said the attorney-general (A-G)...

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  • Ling has Kit Siang’s respect for standing up to Najib

    DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang has doffed his hat at former MCA president Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik for standing his ground in calling for Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's resignation and daring to face the latter in court. Lim also urged MCA to stand by their former leader. "Ling has my grudging respect for standing his ground...

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  • Kajang kidnappers arrested

    KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested two suspects, including an Indonesian, believed to be linked to the abduction of a five-year-old boy in Sungai Chua, Kajang yesterday. Selangor police chief Datuk Abdul Samah Mat confirmed that the duo, aged 28 and 32, were picked up at 10.25pm during around Sg Chua.

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  • Boy abducted in Kajang found by taxi driver

    KAJANG: A five-year-old boy who was abducted in Jalan Cempaka, Kajang this morning was returned to his family by a taxi driver at about 5.35pm today. Loud honkings were heard as the taxi driver, who only wanted to be known as Nizam entered the road leading towards the victim's house and the victim's uncle was seen running to grab the victim as Nizam opened the door and held the child. The family members of the victim, clearly shaken by the discovery were seen thanking Nizam for his help.

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  • Bayern's Goetze ruled out for up to three months

    Bayern Munich attacking midfielder Mario Goetze will be out for up to three months after suffering an adductor muscle injury in Germany's 1-0 Euro 2016 qualifying loss to Ireland on Thursday, the German champions said on Friday. Goetze was taken off in the 35th minute and tests showed he had torn some adductor muscle fibre. "Mario Goetze will be missing from Bayern for 10 to 12 weeks," the club said in a statement, adding the player was still being treated by German national team doctors in Leipzig where the game was played.

  • Selena Gomez: Everything happens for a reason

    Selena Gomez has used every bad thing that has happened in her life to help her grow.

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  • The Latest: Slain Iran general was key figure in Syria war

    DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — The latest developments as Syrian troops and other nations battle militants in Syria. (All times local in Syria).

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  • Doctor Who Survived Ebola Describes Disease's Aftermath on the Body

    Ebola survivor Dr. Ian Crozier says he continues to experience long-term effects of the disease, including hearing loss and seizures. In a speech Wednesday (Oct. 7), Crozier provided his unique perspective on the devastating illness, from the point of view of a doctor who treated patients in West Africa who also became a patient himself. "It ain't over, even when it's over," Crozier said here at IDWeek 2015, a meeting of several organizations focused on fighting infectious diseases.

  • 1MDB acknowledges BNM’s right to revoke earlier permissions

    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) fully acknowledges and respects Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) right to revoke its earlier permissions and issue any direction it deems fit under the Financial Services Act 2013. This is despite the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) confirming that no offence had been committed by 1MDB officials. “1MDB commits to cooperate and continue engaging with BNM, to address their concerns and seek a viable resolution of this outstanding matter,” it said in a statement here today.

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  • Mother of dead Hong Kong teen jailed

    The Filipina mother of a teenager who plunged to her death from an upmarket Hong Kong apartment was jailed Friday for a visa violation which surfaced in the wake of the tragedy. Herminia Garcia, 53, was sent to prison for a year for outstaying her permit to live in the city, despite the defence seeking mitigation in the wake of the "awful" loss of her daughter. In emotional scenes at Eastern Magistrates' Court, Garcia was hugged by her tearful surviving young daughter as she was led away.

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  • Myth Busted: Conspiracy Theorists Do Believe Stuff 'Just Happens'

    The sheriff of Douglas County in Oregon where a mass shooting occurred on Oct. 2 is in hot water after the discovery that he posted a "Sandy Hook truther" video to Facebook in 2013. Contrary to popular opinion, the research finds, people who think conspiratorially aren't more likely to assume everything happens for a reason, rejecting the likelihood of random chance, than people who don't hold conspiracy beliefs. "What we show is that the psychology of conspiracy theories is located in a rather high level of cognition, perhaps at the level of beliefs and ideology and not at the level of a deeper personality or perception mode," said study researcher Sebastian Dieguez, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland.

  • Malaysia's central bank says fund broke forex rules

    Malaysia's central bank says state investment fund 1MDB violated foreign exchange rules and must repatriate a total of $1.83 billion that it used abroad. The central bank said Friday that 1MDB obtained ...

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  • Dortmund wish Klopp 'all the best'

    Borussia Dortmund turned to Liverpool's best-known sons The Beatles for inspiration as they wished their former coach Jurgen Klopp their best, after the 48-year-old was appointed the Reds' new manager. "We heard the news today, oh boy! All the best at The Kop, Jurgen Klopp! All the best @LFC!," the Bundesliga club said in a tweet. The short message is inspired by the lyrics of The Beatles' "A Day in the Life" -- it starts with the line: "I read in the news today, oh boy" -- and came with a photo montage of Klopp running across the street like the cover of the Liverpool band's iconic Abbey Road album.

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  • Court upholds decision to keep brain-damaged Frenchman alive

    A French court on Friday upheld a hospital's decision to keep a brain-damaged man alive in a case that has divided his family. The judges said Vincent Lambert's doctors were within their rights, based on their "professional and moral independence," to suspend an earlier court decision that would have seen them cut the intravenous food and water keeping the 38-year-old alive. The European Court of Human Rights had in June backed an earlier decision by a French court to allow Lambert to be taken off life support.

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  • Australia in talks to send refugees to the Philippines

    SYDNEY (AP) — Australia is in talks to send refugees who try to reach its shores illegally to the Philippines, the immigration minister said Friday.

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  • Germany football coach Loew blasts Ireland's '100th long ball'

    Germany coach Joachim Loew saw his world champions humbled 1-0 by the Republic of Ireland in Euro 2016 qualifying Thursday but blasted the home side for scoring from their "100th long ball". Shane Long's 70th-minute strike gave Ireland a first ever competitive victory over the Germans that guaranteed at least a playoff spot, and offers them a serious chance of automatic qualification for the finals in France next summer. Germany's fate is in their own hands, with a home game against Georgia to come on Sunday and only one point required to reach the finals.

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  • Gillian Anderson: End unnecessary animal testing!

    Gillian Anderson has penned a letter to an Indian politician calling for a ban on animals undergoing toxic testing for drugs.

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  • Ringgit rally helped by strong exports, minister says

    KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 9 -- Three consecutive months of strong export output contributed to the ringgit’s recent recovery after it fell to record lows, Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said today. The...

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  • Deal with IPIC will shave off RM16 billion debt, says 1MDB

    The deal where International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) will pay the interests due in October and November this year for a US$3.5 billion bond held by 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) will reduce the state investor's debt by about RM16 billion, it said in a statement today. ...

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