Kuala Lumpur - A Korean boy band has found itself in the middle of a public storm over pop culture and religion in Malaysia, after its members were caught on video with a group of Muslim fans during a recent mini-concert. The authorities have threatened the three girls involved with arrest and Cabinet ministers have weighed in, while some critics even claimed that the Korean K-pop genre is a Christian conspiracy. The video, which quickly went viral, showed a member of K-pop band B1A4 hugging a girl from behind. She then turned around to hug him.
Censorship is a long term issue in Malaysia which has become more apparent as it attempts to adapt to a modern knowledge-based economy.
The autopsy of Nora Quoirin, the year-old who went missing in the Malaysian jungle, has concluded that she likely died of starvation and stress after spending seven days in the jungle. The body of the London teenager was found on Tuesday, down a steep ravine in the jungle, after a day search. Nora had gone missing overnight on 3 August from the resort where she was staying with her family on holiday, sparking a large search operation involving over people, including officers from the UK, France and Ireland, local tribes people and hundreds of volunteers.
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