Defence Ministry thanks over 540 merchants for supporting national servicemen
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Defence Ministry thanks over 540 merchants for supporting national servicemen

The Defence Ministry held an appreciation event on July 18 to thank businesses for their…

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Fewer COEs available from August to October
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Fewer COEs available from August to October

There would be fewer Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) across all vehicle categories from August to…

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Accountants have important role in fight against cybercrime: Josephine Teo
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Accountants have important role in fight against cybercrime: Josephine Teo

Second Minister for Home Affairs Josephine Teo, speaking at a forensics and cybersecurity forum on…

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24 arrested, nearly 2kg of ‘mushroom’ seized in drug raids
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24 arrested, nearly 2kg of ‘mushroom’ seized in drug raids

Nearly 1.9kg of new psychoactive substances, or NPS, were seized in several raids by the…

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Asia Tonight: News in brief July 18
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Asia Tonight: News in brief July 18

News Briefs on Asia Tonight, July 18: – Manchester bomber’s brother appears in London court…

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UN envoy urges Myanmar government to lift Internet ban
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UN envoy urges Myanmar government to lift Internet ban

The United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur on human rights Yanghee Lee urged Myanmar’s government to…

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Singapore, Indonesia made progress on Flight Information Region issue: Vivian Balakrishnan
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Singapore, Indonesia made progress on Flight Information Region issue: Vivian Balakrishnan

Singapore and Indonesia held good discussions on Flight Information Region or FIR. There was progress…

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Sex video authentic but identities of men undetermined: Malaysia police chief
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Sex video authentic but identities of men undetermined: Malaysia police chief

Malaysia police chief Abdul Hamid Bador reportedly confirmed that the sex video purportedly implicating a…

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Europe fines chipmaker Qualcomm US$271 million for ‘predatory’ pricing
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Europe fines chipmaker Qualcomm US$271 million for ‘predatory’ pricing

The European Commission (EC) announced a fine of €242 million, or US$271 million, on Qualcomm…

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South Korea’s central bank surprises with rate cut amid Japan dispute
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South Korea’s central bank surprises with rate cut amid Japan dispute

South Korea’s central bank unexpectedly cut interest rates for the first time in three years.…

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