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MMA fighter is left in 'brutal pain' as he's rushed to the hospital after snapping his penis in a moment of 'heated passion' with his girlfriend on Sex Sent Me To The ER

A martial arts fighter has recalled the horrific moment he was brought to tears after he snapped his penis in a painful sex injury.In tonight's episode of Sex Sent Me To The ER, which airs on TLC at 11pm, MMA fighter Ray Elbe, from the US, discusses how he suffered his most severe injury setback while preparing for a tournament in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, not while in the ring, but during a quick moment of intimacy with his girlfriend.

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MMA fighter is left in 'brutal pain' as he's rushed to the hospital after snapping his penis in a moment of 'heated passion' with his girlfriend on Sex Sent Me To The ER

Malaysia's Maybank to stop financing new coal activities

May 6 (Reuters) - Malaysia's Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) on Thursday said it will no longer finance new coal activities as part of a five-year strategy that will also see the bank committing 50 billion ringgit ($12 billion) in sustainable financing.Maybank's announcement comes after criticisms from a coalition of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Malaysia and Indonesia for funding coal plants despite making environmental, social and governance (ESG) commitments.

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Malaysia's Maybank to stop financing new coal activities

Asia PacificMalaysia imposes restrictions in capital as virus cases rise

Malaysia on Wednesday imposed movement restrictions in the capital Kuala Lumpur due to a rising number of COVID-19 infections, adding to lockdowns that have been implemented across the country.The capital will be subjected to some lockdown measures from Friday for two weeks, including a ban on social activities, dining indoors, and inter-district travel, Defence Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said in a statement.

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Asia PacificMalaysia imposes restrictions in capital as virus cases rise

Healthcare & PharmaceuticalsDenmark, Norway study finds slightly raised blood clot rates after Astra COVID shot

A study in Denmark and Norway has found slightly increased rates of vein blood clots among people who have had a first dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, including clots in the brain, compared with expected rates in the general population.Researchers who conducted the study stressed, however, that such side effects are extremely rare, and the benefits of the vaccine still outweigh the risks in most situations.

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Healthcare & PharmaceuticalsDenmark, Norway study finds slightly raised blood clot rates after Astra COVID shot

Top Glove hopes to resolve U.S. seizure of its rubber gloves

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia's Top Glove Corp., the world's largest rubber glove maker, said Wednesday it hopes to swiftly end a U.S. ban on its products due to allegations of forced labor after one of its shipment was seized at a U.S. port.

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Top Glove hopes to resolve U.S. seizure of its rubber gloves

Child marriage ‘thriving in UK’ due to legal loophole, warn rights groups

A legal loophole that allows 16- and 17-year-olds to marry with parental consent is being exploited and used to coerce young people into child marriage, campaigners have warned.More than 20 organisations have signed a letter to the prime minister insisting current forced marriage law does not go far enough in protecting young people.

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Child marriage ‘thriving in UK’ due to legal loophole, warn rights groups

Malaysia makes AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine optional amid safety fears

Rozanna Latiff and Joseph Sipalan KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia will begin a parallel COVID-19 innoculation programme this week for people who chose to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine, after it was removed from an ongoing rollout due to public fears over its safety, a minister said on Monday.

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Malaysia makes AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine optional amid safety fears

Malaysia reports first case of Indian COVID-19 variant

(Reuters) - Malaysia has detected its first case of a highly infectious coronavirus variant first identified in India, Health Minister Adham Baba said on Sunday, days after imposing a ban on flights from India.The variant, named B.1.617, was detected in an Indian national screened at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, he said.

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Malaysia reports first case of Indian COVID-19 variant

Man, 26, cries in terror for his brother as he is savaged to death by crocodile

A DESPERATE man was last heard crying in terror for his brother before being savaged to death by a crocodile.Mazlan Ampung, 26, had gone missing on Tuesday whilst going for a swim before he was found dead at 12.50pm a day later in Tawau, Malaysia.

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Man, 26, cries in terror for his brother as he is savaged to death by crocodile

Indonesian police seize 2.5-tonne haul of crystal meth

(Reuters) - Indonesian authorities have seized 2.5 tonnes of crystal methamphetamine after a series of raids linked to an international smuggling ring spanning Afghanistan and Southeast Asia, police said.The huge drug haul, estimated to be worth $82 million, was found after raids in three locations, including in the capital Jakarta and in Aceh, on the island of Sumatra, National Police Chief Listyo Sigit Prabowo said on Wednesday.

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Indonesian police seize 2.5-tonne haul of crystal meth

Malaysia Automotive Aftermarket Service Market is expected to reach about USD 6.8 Bn in Revenue by 2025: Ken Research

- Automotive slowdown & the COVID-19 pandemic brought a sustained downward trend in new passenger car sales in 2021 in Malaysia - The OEM/Authorized car service market is anticipated to grow with a CAGR of 11.7% during the forecast period 2020-2025 GURUGRAM, India, April 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Surging Vehicle Parc in Malaysia: Malaysian automotive industry in witnessing a growth in the number of vehicle parc, which is leading to higher demand for the multi brands and OEM car service companies in Malaysia.

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Malaysia Automotive Aftermarket Service Market is expected to reach about USD 6.8 Bn in Revenue by 2025: Ken Research

Anzac Day heartbreak as a set of 'priceless' war medals are lost on a train by a third-generation veteran - as he launches an appeal to find them

Six priceless war medals have been lost after a veteran boarded a train in Brisbane on the way to march on Anzac Day.Glen O'Brien lost six medals belonging to his father after he drove to Kippa-Ring station and got on a train to Brisbane's Central Station at about 8.30am on Sunday.

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Anzac Day heartbreak as a set of 'priceless' war medals are lost on a train by a third-generation veteran - as he launches an appeal to find them

Mark McGowan blasts inaccurate Indian tests for returning travellers as he reveals 78 of 79 passengers on infected flight were from virus-ravaged country

Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan has hit out at the accuracy of Covid-19 testing in India after it emerged 78 of 79 passengers on a flight into Perth on Saturday were from the virus-hit nation.Mr McGowan confirmed four cases of the virus were found in hotel quarantine on Tuesday - all of whom flew into the city from Kuala Lumpur on April 24.

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Mark McGowan blasts inaccurate Indian tests for returning travellers as he reveals 78 of 79 passengers on infected flight were from virus-ravaged country

Malaysia Bars Entry of Travelers From India to Stem Covid Spread

(Bloomberg) -- Malaysia’s Transport Ministry will halt entry of Indian nationals and passengers as well as implement strict controls for ships from the South Asian country docking at the nation’s ports.Transport Minister Wee Ka Siong said in a Facebook posting that he has informed port operators as well as domestic and foreign airlines to comply with the decision by National Security Council following a meeting on Monday.

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Malaysia Bars Entry of Travelers From India to Stem Covid Spread

Moment overtaking SUV smashes into central barrier and spins 360 degrees across path of another car before driver calmly steps out to survey his crumpled bonnet

This is the jaw-dropping moment a driver crashes into the central barrier of a motorway and narrowly avoids a head-on collision after recklessly overtaking.Dashcam footage shows a Toyota Harrier SUV overtaking a car on a motorway in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on April 20.Just seconds later it spectacularly smashes into the barrier, before the driver emerges, apparently unscathed.

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Moment overtaking SUV smashes into central barrier and spins 360 degrees across path of another car before driver calmly steps out to survey his crumpled bonnet

Fitnesss: How reiki can aid our mind and fitness levels

From distant Reiki in lockdown to dreaming of returning to Malaysia where Reflexology treatments are readily available and as much part of a shopping trip as is a Bubble Tea cafe in South East Asia.The power of complementary therapies on our mind and body fitness has helped guide me from head to toe in life, career and fitness.

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Fitnesss: How reiki can aid our mind and fitness levels

Malaysia's Petronas exports LNG in ISO tanks to China

(Reuters) - Malaysia's Petroliam Nasional Bhd said on Monday that it has started exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in ISO tanks to China from its filling facility in Pengerang in the southern state of Johor.The country's export of LNG through ISO tanks was delivered to Shanghai from the port of Pasir Gudang in Johor on April 23, following a spot contract signed between Petronas and Tiger Gas (Hong Kong), an affiliate of China's Tiger Clean Energy Ltd, Petronas said.

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Malaysia's Petronas exports LNG in ISO tanks to China

Malaysia-bound and fleeing Bangladesh, Rohingya Muslim refugees are feared lost at sea

Noor Kayas fled the refugee camp without telling anyone at home.At sea the next morning, the teenager used a satellite phone to call her mother, Gule Jaan, 43, to say she was heading for Malaysia on a small wooden boat, packed with 87 Rohingya refugees, including 65 women and girls.

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Malaysia-bound and fleeing Bangladesh, Rohingya Muslim refugees are feared lost at sea