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Twitter legend: South African man arrested for lying and eating free KFC for a year

A South African man was arrested for eating at KFC for free for an entire year. The man used to tell the employees that he was sent from the headquarters for quality assurance. A 27-year-old student was arrested for eating

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Almost impossible to be a mom in television news

It’s almost impossible to be a mom in television news for female television reporters, the decision to have kids can be a career-ending one. It was the only time I had cried in front of one of my bosses at

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Trending: Google Doodle honours Lucy Wills

Google Doodle is honoring pioneering English scientist Lucy Wills for her work in discovering folic acid as an important supplement for pregnant women to tackle prenatal anemia. This is 2019 and even now, women’s gynecological health is a very less

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Sri Lankan Muslims: Fast In Solidarity With Fellow Christians

On Sunday morning Sri Lankan Christians went to their local churches for Easter services, as they have done for centuries. Easter is a special occasion for Christian families in ethnically diverse Sri Lanka. A time for families to gather to

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World Press Freedom Day – a reflection

K. Pragalath and Hema Subramaniam Today is World Press Freedom Day – a day when members of the press, be it print, online, broadcast or radio reflect on the work they do in educating the public and spreading information to

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Sexist tropes are ruining Game of Thrones’ female characters

By: Jeva Lange As the end of Game of Thrones fast approaches, the question of who will control Westeros has morphed into a far more interesting dilemma: Who should control Westeros? Sadly for fans rooting for the Breaker of Chains, a shadow was

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Elon Musk: Warns Artificial Intelligence could be an ‘IMMORTAL DICTATOR’

ELON MUSK has warned the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) could bring with it an “immortal dictator” and even more chillingly, that they do not “have to be evil to destroy humanity”. The South African-born billionaire has warned humans not

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Robertson: Malaysia backtracking on National Security Council Act

BANGKOK: Human Rights Watch Asia’s deputy director Phil Robertson accused the Malaysian government of breaking a key election pledge by proposing to amend rather than repeal an abusive national security law. The government on April 9, 2019, put before Parliament

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Heatwave: How to keep cool in hot weather and stay hydrated

KUALA LUMPUR: A Level 2 heatwave alert has been issued for parts of the Malaysian state of Kedah, as a heatwave grips the country. On Sunday (Mar 17), the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia) said a Level 2 heatwave alert, for temperatures between 37

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Do not watch or share video of New Zealand mosque shootings

NEW ZEALAND: Police strongly urge members of the public not to watch the footage of the Christchurch shooting describing it as a “horrifying attack on innocent people worshipping. Video of the horrifying attack was live streamed to Facebook this morning

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