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Captain charged over Taiwan troop carriers
Hong Kong on Friday charged a ship's captain over the transport of nine Singapore armored troop carriers without a proper license, which embroiled the two cities and China in a diplomatic dispute.
 
Singapore PM endorses 'two-state' plan
Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, hosting a visit by his Israeli counterpart, Benjamin Netanyahu, said Monday his country believes in a "two-state solution" to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
 
Armored vehicles seized in Hong Kong arrive back in Singapore
Nine Singaporean armored vehicles held in Hong Kong after arriving in transit from Taiwan in November have been returned to Singapore, according to a statement from the Southeast Asian country's Ministry of Defense.
 
Nine armored troop carriers seized by Hong Kong on the way back to Singapore
Nine Singapore armored troop carriers impounded by Hong Kong while in transit from military exercises in Taiwan are on their way back home, the city-state's defence minister said Friday.
 
Hong Kong to return 9 SAF Terrex vehicles to Singapore
Authorities in Hong Kong will soon release nine Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) armored vehicles that they had impounded and detained since November, the city-state said on Tuesday.
 
Singapore on Monday demanded the immediate return of nine armored troop carriers impounded by Hong Kong while in transit from Taiwan, calling the seizure illegal under international law.
 
Singaporean teen blogger seeking American asylum
A Singaporean teenager who became notorious for profanity-laced attacks on the city's revered late leader Lee Kuan Yew is seeking political asylum in the U.S., his lawyers said Thursday.
 
Singapore critic held in US, reportedly wants asylum
A teenage blogger from Singapore whose supporters say is seeking asylum is in custody after being detained last week at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, U.S. immigration officials said Saturday.
 
Singapore's identity is complicated and multi-dimensional because of the country's geography and history, and this means Singaporeans will never be completely comfortable in how they see themselves.
 
Singapore teahouse creates jobs for the deaf
At this "bar" in Singapore, there are no thumping beats or alcohol. Instead, you sit in silence and drink tea served by deaf "baristas."
 
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