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    Smog engulfs northern China for 4th consecutive day

    Heavy smog engulfed large parts of northern China for a fourth straight day on Tuesday, with the environment ministry warning that some firms in ...
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    Singaporean issued Restriction Order for terrorism-related activities

    Asrul Alias, 33, had actively looked up pro-ISIS materials and shared them on social media with the intention of spreading the group's radical ...
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    IMF chief says 'get-tough' politicians threaten trade

    "There is a growing risk of politicians seeking office by promising to 'get tough' with foreign trade partners through punitive tariffs or other ...
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    4 Singaporeans who supported Islamic State dealt with under ISA

    Two Singaporeans were detained under the Internal Security Act after they made plans to travel to Syria to fight for the Islamic State militant ...
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    Time to shelve differences, PM Prayut tells Thais

    Thailand's junta chief urged people in a speech Wednesday to shelve their differences after voters approved a new military-crafted constitution, ...
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    Fault on antenna caused train to skip stations on BPLRT line: SMRT

    The public transport operator was responding to feedback from a commuter, Ms Jacqueline Bong, about the incident which occurred on the Bukit ...
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    ISA detention: Australian uni cooperating with relevant authorities

    Singaporean Zulfikar Mohamad Shariff, who was openly supportive of the Islamic State and helped radicalised other Singaporeans, was reported to be ...
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    Self-radicalised Singaporeans a 'stark reminder' of risks in society: Yaacob

    Minister-in-charge of Muslim Affairs Yaacob Ibrahim urged Singaporeans to remain vigilant and alert to signs of extremism.
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    Temporary lifting of car loan restrictions will not be extended

    The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) will not be extending the temporary lifting of car loan restrictions for used cars beyond the two-month ...