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  1. killing in Thai south

    Hundreds march as shooting of boy shocks Thai south

    The death toll in Thailand's insurgency-torn south rose Thursday after suspected militants ambushed the car of a deputy village headman, shooting ...
  2. kampung kampus

    From harvesting vegetables to crafting wood: Kampung Kampus offers space to learn and play

    A new community space called Kampung Kampus has opened at the former Bottle Tree Park in Khatib which will house DIY craft studios and a new ...
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    Mosul residents outraged by Islamic State 'hole fee'

    The fee is a modest 7,000 Iraqi dinars (around five US dollars) but adds insult to injury, said residents of Mosul's west bank, where the Islamic ...
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    Multi-party system has real long-term risks for Singapore: Ong Ye Kung

    What if Singapore became a two- or multi-party system? Addressing the question at a think-tank conference, Mr Ong outlined the risks of such a ...
  5. sea turtle in singapore 1

    Guidelines being developed to protect marine animals from recreational boaters: NParks

    The new guidelines will add to other measures to protect the rich biodiversity in Singapore waters.
  6. simon tay

    Education should be about shaping the mind, not filling the head: Simon Tay

    Author, professor and former Nominated Member of Parliament Simon Tay goes On the Record with Bharati Jagdish about his new book and how it ...
  7. German Herzog

    Former German president Roman Herzog dies aged 82

    Former German president Roman Herzog, best remembered for urging "a jolt" of political and social reform in his country, has died at the age of ...
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    UN votes to set up panel to prepare Syria war crimes cases

    The UN General Assembly agreed to set up a panel to gather evidence on war crimes in Syria, taking a first step toward prosecuting those ...
  9. japan streets

    Commentary: Japan's civil society groups supporting refugee entrepreneurs despite govt reluctance

    Despite being one of the top donors to the UN refugee agency, Japan accepts very few asylum seekers, and provides little support for those who do ...
  10. Palm oil plantation in North Sumatra

    'Concerted effort' required on labour rights: Wilmar on Amnesty report

    Wilmar has responded to an Amnesty International report which alleged labour abuses at its suppliers' plantations.