Malaysian police said on Sunday that they were looking for four more North Korean suspects, but a police source told Channel NewsAsia they are believed to already be back in Pyongyang.
With a new US administration at the helm, it is "particularly important" for both countries to articulate their foreign policy objectives towards Asia, Singapore's Defence Minister says.
Wrestling with criticism and what it means to be Malay-Muslim, some worry that the pressure could drive the young into the arms of extremists like ISIS. Kane Cunico reports.
Local businesses are betting on overseas markets, technology investments and some help from the Government in the upcoming Budget to ride out the ongoing economic uncertainties.
Passport details, credit card information and even nude pictures were found by the programme Trash Trail on second-hand hard drives sold at Sim Lim Square.
It has gradually declined alongside the rise of WhatsApp and other messaging apps - yet with hundreds of millions of texts still being sent and received in Singapore, Short Message Service looks set to survive.
They take on bedbugs, maggots and grime-blackened walls to bring some light into the lives of lonely old Singaporeans in need. Meet the volunteers of Helping Joy - extraordinary people who act as cleaners, housekeepers, food-deliverers, friends and carers for those living alone.CNA Insider
Did you know Singapore’s public transport was ‘world class’ in the 1930s? Its trolley bus system was the largest around – and it came with 1st- and 2nd-class seating.