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  1. FILE PHOTO: Tsunekazu Takeda, President of the Japanese Olympic committee, bows as he attends a new

    Japan committee chief Takeda to resign as IOC member - Kyodo

    Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) chief Tsunekazu Takeda, who is expected to announce plans to step down on Tuesday, is also set to resign as a ...
  2. A Wells Fargo ATM machine is shown in Los Angeles, California

    Employee rights group says Wells Fargo declined planned meeting

    A union-backed bank employee rights group is complaining after Wells Fargo & Co declined to meet with members last week, according to a letter ...
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    US service member killed in Afghanistan - statement

  4. FILE PHOTO: The Swedish Academy's Permanent Secretary Sara Danius is seen during the Swedish A

    Three members returning to scandal-ridden Swedish Academy

    Three members of the Swedish Academy will return to the body which decides the Nobel Prize for Literature after withdrawing in protest over a sex ...
  5. FILE PHOTO:  Iran's Oil Minister Zanganeh arrives for an OPEC meeting in Vienna

    Iran says some OPEC members act in accordance with US policy - report

    Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said some members of oil producer group OPEC were acting in accordance with U.S. policies, Iran's Khaneye ...
  6. US Federal Reserve

    'Many' Fed members favour December rate hike: Minutes

  7. CNB arrests

    Commentary: How far should we go to identify radicalised individuals?

    As the threat of terrorism looms large, Singapore should welcome a stronger response says RSIS' Dr Jolene Jerard. But how do we ensure we do not ...
  8. (nc) Police Woodleigh MRT flour 2

    Running group apologises for security scare at Woodleigh MRT station

    The Seletar Hash House Harriers apologised on behalf of three of its members for the alarm and inconvenience caused by Tuesday's incident at ...
  9. Nanyang Siang Pau protest

    Malaysia's PAS members protest Nanyang Siang Pau's 'rude' cartoon

    The Chinese daily apologised earlier for the cartoon said to have depicted the party's president as a monkey, and had the digital version pulled.
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    New code of governance for charities to start from 2018

    One of the changes includes requiring charities to disclose the reasons for retaining board members who have served for more than 10 consecutive ...