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Living with relatives and in rental housing after splitting from her abusive husband, this divorcee wanted only to give her 2 ...

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We've done what others thought was impossible. This is our pride – a mission possible for Thailand.

Narongsak Osottanakorn, chief of the rescue mission for 12 Thai boys and their football coach trapped in a cave

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Asia 'We've done what others thought impossible': Head of Thai cave rescue operation
Thank you for all the support and please accept my apology.

Ekapol Chanthawong, the coach of the Thai football team that was trapped in Tham Luang cave complex for over 2 weeks, sparking a massive rescue effort

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Asia 'Mum, Dad, I love you': First handwritten messages from Thai schoolboys trapped in Tham Luang cave
The public statements made by the Malaysian ministers, and Prime Minister Mahathir himself, on the termination of the project have not been followed through with any official communications to us.

Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan, on the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail project

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Singapore Singapore has spent more than S$250m on High-Speed Rail; no reply from Malaysia yet: Khaw
As far as the Singapore government is concerned, we have not given them full notice yet, but they know what we want to do.

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, on the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail project

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I stand by the idea of casinos, but the barriers need to be tighter. They charge Singaporeans S$100 per entry, but the S$2,000 annual entry levy is too cheap. You induce people to go there more.

Nightlife king Dennis Foo, on casinos in Singapore

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Singapore Business challenges, courtroom dramas and casinos: 'Nightlife King' Dennis Foo goes On the Record
It’s like going back to the olden times, when we bought things using our own containers.

71-year-old Mildred Chong, after visiting a zero-waste grocery store with her granddaughter

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