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Malaysia has banned the sexually-charged song 'Despacito' after critics labelled it 'un-Islamic', a senior minister has said.

The Muslim-majority country will no longer air the popular tune on its public broadcast stations after the government received numerous complaints over its racy lyrics.

One politician went as far as to label the Spanish-language song, which features the words 'I want to strip you off with kisses slowly', as 'porn'.

Communications and multimedia minister Salleh Said Keruak said the lyrics were 'not suitable to be heard' and added that he hoped private broadcast stations would follow the government's example.'For Malaysian private stations, we encourage them to practise self-censorship,' he said.'Despacito' - a racy track full of sexual innuendo which features Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee - went viral soon after its release in January, and found an even wider audience in April when pop giant Justin Bieber sang in a remix.

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Malaysian politicians are in the process of reviewing the country's domestic violence laws, which activists hope will offer better protection to women.

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