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US says Myanmar army responsible for Rohingya crisis

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Wednesday the United States holds Myanmar's military leadership "accountable" for the Rohingya refugee ...

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To have been able to make it past so many rounds out of thousands and thousands of people all the way to the Bird’s Nest, to me was already incredible ... Making it this far, I already won.

Joanna Dong, Singaporean singer and Sing! China contestant

Singapore Joanna Dong 'not disappointed in the least' over Sing! China result
They have to balance between having realistic, challenging training but at the same time ensuring the safety of all our servicemen.

Ong Ye Kung, Singapore’s Second Minister for Defence

Singapore Exercise Wallaby commanders remain committed to safety: Ong Ye Kung
In a big world, small countries need to be friends with one another.

Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister of Singapore

Singapore PM Lee meets Singaporeans in Brunei
Much progress has been made with the inculcation of a positive work culture, but there remain some deep-seated cultural issues within the company that has needed more time than anticipated to root out. 

Desmond Kuek, SMRT CEO

Singapore SMRT takes 'full responsibility' for tunnel flooding, says CEO Desmond Kuek
We will ensure that the governor of Jakarta will be the governor of us all, of those who voted for us and those who didn't.  

Anies Baswedan, Jakarta Governor

Asia Pacific Jakarta governor sworn in amid calls from hardliners for "Islamic lifestyle"
I always tell myself that I still have to fight for it. I mean I still can see with my left eye, so just play on.

Jason Chee, Singapore para-athlete

Singapore ASEAN Para Games: Jason Chee wins gold in individual event

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