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Two Singaporeans who intended to travel to Syria to fight for the Islamic State (IS) have been detained under the Internal Security Act, the Singapore Ministry of Home Affairs said Friday.
 
Takeover to make GlobalWafers third-largest silicon wafer maker
Taiwan-based GlobalWafers Co. (環球晶圓) said Thursday that the company is expected to become the third-largest silicon wafer supplier in the world after it completes a deal to acquire Singapore-headquartered SunEdison Semiconductor Ltd.
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Hoping to make a fast buck from those looking for a quick fix to their weight woes, peddlers are touting slimming pills online illegally.
 
Radicals who target Singapore are serious about planning an attack, and will look for different ways to do so, Singapore Home Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam has said.
 
The mainland Chinese authorities have asked Singapore to "respect" China's position on the outcome of a recent ruling by an international tribunal and a consensus Beijing said it has reached with ASEAN.
 
Singapore first lady sparks dinosaur purse frenzy
A dinosaur print purse designed by an autistic teenage boy has completely sold out after photographs of the Singaporean prime minister's wife wearing it at the White House went viral.
 
President Barack Obama celebrated 50 years of diplomatic relations with Singapore Tuesday with a state dinner for a leader Obama praised as respected around the world and a trusted partner.
 
A Belgian man who admitted killing his five-year-old son in Singapore was spared from execution by hanging on Monday, after pleading guilty to a reduced charge of culpable homicide.
 
Singapore said Friday it has detained a 44-year-old Australia-based Singaporean who allegedly glorified the Islamic State group and backed the establishment of a caliphate in the city-state.
 
Singapore's central bank chief vowed Monday to name and shame other banks engaged in money-laundering after a scandal involving Malaysian state fund 1MDB hurt the city-state's financial reputation.
 
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