A window pane featuring an image that is said to resemble the Virgin Mary has been moved from outside a Malaysian hospital to a church after hundreds of Catholics flocked to the building, according to the Associated French Press.
People have gathered in prayer at the Sime Darby Medical Centre (SDMC) just outside the capital Kuala Lumpur since the image was spotted last week.
Rev Simon Labrooy, the priest at the nearby St Thomas More Parish, said in a statement that the hospital had agreed to give the panel to the Catholic Church after concerns it could affect emergency services due to the building's newly found popularity.
The Duchess of Cambridge is "saddened" to hear of the death of a teenage cancer patient who postponed treatment so he could meet the young royal during her recent tour of Malaysia.
Zakwan Anuar, 15, who had leukaemia, delayed a badly-needed blood transfusion for 24 hours and put himself through extra pain so he would not miss the royal visit.
Kate's trip with William to the Kuala Lumpur hospice where the schoolboy was receiving care transformed his demeanour and brought a rare smile to the face of the teenager, who is believed to have died last Thursday.
A St James's Palace spokesman said: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are saddened to hear of Zakwan's death. Their thoughts are with his family at this time."
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has said today that it could not confirm details of a boy who died in a fall while on holiday in Malaysia due to his age. Reports suggest that Matthew Hamer fell from a window or fire escape.
"We are aware of the death of a British national and we are providing consular assistance," a Foreign and Commonwealth Office spokesman said today.
Burma's ethnic Rohingya Muslims shouted slogans during a protest rally in Malaysia outside the Burma embassy. The communal violence that swept through a western state of Burma over the past week killed 29 people, according to local authorities.
Malaysian prime minister Najib Tun Razak urged David Cameron to ease sanctions on Burma, saying he believes the democratic reforms in the country are genuine.
Speaking of Burma's President Thein Sein, he said:
I really do believe first of all that he is sincere.This has been supported by Aung San Suu Kyi's own personal remarks about him...We need to support a man like President Thein Sein so he will be supported by the community, because there will be elements who want to take a much more conservative approach.
Mr Cameron is expected to signal the easing of sanctions against the country as he delivers a message of support to Aung San Suu Kyi later today.