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Malaysia mosque bans tourists after provocative dance

The Kota Kinabalu mosque in Borneo is famous for its dome and minarets



A mosque in Malaysia has banned tourists from visiting after a video of two women dancing in front of the site was shared online.

The two women, who were wearing shorts and with bare midriffs, were filmed dancing on a wall in front of the Kota Kinabalu City Mosque on Borneo island.

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Sara Netanyahu: Israeli PM's wife charged with fraud

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said the claims against his wife are "absurd"



The wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been charged with fraud relating to the alleged misuse of state funds.

Sara Netanyahu is charged with misusing 359,000 shekels ($100,000; £77,000) for catering services at the prime minister's official residence.

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World Cup 2018: Japan fans impress by cleaning up stadium




After a heated World Cup match, the stands are usually left with food waste, cups and wrappers scattered in the heat of the moment.

Japanese fans certainly had reason to go wild on Tuesday night. Their side won their opening game, beating Colombia 2-1, and securing the team's first victory against a South American side.

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Japanese firm makes suits for blue collar workers

Oasys says their clothing is "lightweight" and "quick-to-dry", therefore best suited for blue-collar workers



A Japanese company has launched a line of business suits specifically for blue-collar workers, it's reported.

According to the Japan Times, the Oasys Style Wear company in Tokyo is launching a line of "lightweight, quick-to-dry" business suits in July for men and women who spend long periods of time working outdoors.

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