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  1. Afghan Singapore agreement

    Afghanistan, Singapore ink MOU as President Ghani visits

    Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is the first president from his country to officially visit Singapore.
  2. Trump on Syria strikes

    Trump urges 'all civilised nations' to end Syria bloodshed

    President Donald Trump added that there can be no doubt that the Syrian regime used banned chemical weapons.
  3. Lee Ming-cheh

    Campaigners demand China release Taiwan activist

    China confirmed this week that NGO worker Lee Ming-cheh is under investigation for 'endangering national security', without revealing details of ...
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    No security breach in Kim Jong Nam murder: Malaysian official

    There was no way the Malaysian government could have known that Kim Jong Nam had entered the country with a different name, says Deputy Home ...
  5. PM Lee

    PM Lee to make official visit to Vietnam

    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will visit Ho Chi Minh City from Tuesday to Wednesday, and Hanoi from Wednesday to Friday.
  6. Tap water (1)

    Look at water price increase 'in perspective': PM Lee

    "I hope this public debate reminds us how important and valuable water is, and how we can all help to conserve water, so that we always have ...
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    Malaysia to cancel visa-free entry for North Koreans

    North Koreans will be required to obtain a visa before entering Malaysia for national security reasons, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi was quoted as saying on ...
  8. Glocom

    Malaysian admits trying to sell North Korean battlefield radios in violation of UN sanctions

    The UMNO veterans club secretary-general says he did not know at the time that it was illegal to sell the products.
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    Police respond to report that N Korea runs arms operation in Malaysia

    The Royal Malaysia Police is "constantly monitoring and taking measures to ensure that Malaysia is not used to carry out any activities that would ...
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    Trump slams 'illegal leaks' after key aide forced out

    As his administration tried to draw a line under long-running suspicions of collusion with the Kremlin, Trump issued a Twitter missive.