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  1. Japanese tourists pose in front of The Statue of Liberty on the 130th anniversary of the dedication

    Commentary: Tourism's impact on the environment is larger than we think

    It may be getting cheaper to travel but tourism's carbon footprint is also getting higher, says one observer from the University of Queensland.
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    Javan leopard sighting in Indonesia raises hopes for rare big cat

    The leopards were filmed in Cikepuh wildlife sanctuary on Java island by hidden cameras installed after reports the creatures' dung and footprints ...
  3. NgEH visiting SAF imagery analysis team in Kuwait

    SAF team in Kuwait making a valuable contribution to counter-ISIS coalition: Ng Eng Hen

    The footprint of ISIS has shrunk significantly ever since the multinational coalition began operations against the group, said Defence Minister Ng ...
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    Indonesia's Pertamina to take stake in French oil company

    Indonesia's state oil company Pertamina will become the top shareholder in Maurel & Prom and intends to make a public offer for the French oil ...
  5. Rainforest Park unique underground

    Changes made to Mandai development plans to reduce environmental impact

    Among the changes made is the location of the new Rainforest Park, which was originally slated to be built in the southern area of Mandai Lake Road.
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    Ironman to organise Marathon Singapore for next 10 years

    This comes after IRONMAN agreed to acquire Spectrum Worldwide, which has organised the Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore since 2013.
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    Japan pushes ahead with US base worker rape, murder case

    Kenneth Franklin Shinzato, 32, a former US Marine employed at the US Air Force's sprawling Kadena Air Base, was first arrested last month for ...
  8. Malaysia-based AirAsia is the region's biggest budget carrier by fleet size

    AirAsia posts near-six-fold jump in quarterly profit

    AirAsia credits stronger demand and lower fuel costs for jump in quarterly profit; forecasts a further increase in passenger traffic for the rest ...
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    India bans nationals from travelling to Libya

    The decision was apparently dictated by recent weeks of increased violence, with Islamic State looking to expand its footprint beyond its coastal ...