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  1. FILE PHOTO: A Facebook billboard advert can be seen at Earls Court underground station in  London

    Facebook and Twitter remove pages and accounts in Bangladesh ahead of election

    Facebook and Twitter said on Thursday they had removed accounts and fake news pages linked to the Bangladesh government which had posted ...
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    Twitter touts victories in war on extremist content

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    Super glitch strikes Philippine bank again

    Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) was forced to deactivate electronic transactions just hours after saying the problem had been fixed and ...
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    Han Hui Hui says sorry over ‘contemptuous material’ in posts

    A video published on the blogger’s YouTube account and posts on her Facebook account had accused the Singapore Courts of being politically ...
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    Fake Facebook accounts set up impersonating PAP MPs

    Thirteen fake accounts have been found and taken down, says People’s Action Party executive director Alex Yam.
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    Former BP executive charged with taking bribes of S$5.65m

    Chang Peng Hong Clarence, BP’s former eastern regional director for marine fuels, was charged with obtaining the bribes from Koh Seng Lee, the ...
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    Action taken against man, former wife for unauthorised share trading

    An undischarged bankrupt carried out share trading for his own benefit in accounts in his former wife's name, as well as in accounts opened in the ...
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    UN envoy decries violence against Rohingya in Myanmar

    "There was not a single account I heard which was not harrowing," a UN envoy said after a mission to neighbouring Bangladesh.
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    CPF interest rates to remain unchanged

    All Central Provident Fund members will continue to receive at least 2.5 per cent interest on their Ordinary Account, and 4 per cent interest on ...