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  1. Remarkable Living Access Chan Loo Siang 6

    A Singapore home of floating concrete connects a multigenerational family

    Architect Chan Loo Siang’s clients had outgrown their home of over 20 years – they needed a modern space that would meet the needs of everyone in ...
  2. Hero Van cleef Arpels Frivolee

    Van Cleef & Arpels welcomes spring with new additions to Frivole Collection

    One of the French jeweller's most well-loved lines looks set to capture the hearts of women with new additions to the family this season.
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    WADA to visit Moscow lab and access data next week

  4. Rohingya refugees

    UN investigators demand 'full, unfettered' access to Myanmar

    UN human rights investigators on Tuesday said they needed "full and unfettered" access to Myanmar to investigate a grave and ongoing crisis, but ...
  5. lee hsien yang (5)

    Apex court reserves judgment on Lee Kuan Yew estate's appeal to interview transcripts

    Senior Counsel Lee Eng Beng says the result of the High Court’s dismissal of the estate’s claim to full rights and access has left Dr Lee Wei Ling ...
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    Australia ‘fully committed’ to enhanced training access for Singapore army: MINDEF

    The costs of training the Singapore Armed Forces in the state of Queensland are also within budget, says Second Minister for Defence Ong Ye Kung.
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    Singapore passport ranked 4th globally in travel freedom

    Germany came in tops for the fourth year in a row, with those holding its passport being able to access 177 countries or territories without a ...
  8. famine in somalia

    World faces worst humanitarian crisis since WWII: United Nations

    More than 20 million people are facing starvation and famine in four countries - northeastern Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen - says UN ...
  9. Mumbai city skyline is seen from a seaside promenade, on January 12, 2012

    India needs more inclusive growth: OECD

    India's rapid economic growth has lifted 140 million people out of poverty in the past decade but large parts of the population still lack access ...