Thousands of people gathered in Singapore on Saturday for an annual gay rights rally celebrating sexual diversity in the city-state, despite fierce opposition from religious conservatives.
U.S. oil prices climbed in Asian trade Wednesday following a report that the United States, the world's top crude consumer, has lifted a four-decade ban on exports.
pore police Monday said they have arrested 15 people in a crackdown on illegal betting during intense World Cup fever in the city-state, which has become notorious for soccer-linked crime.
Singapore on Thursday urged its globetrotting citizens to avoid misusing consular services abroad, revealing “odd requests” including one man who demanded help to get a refund for bad sex.
A Singaporean blogger sued for damages by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said Monday he had successfully raised fees for his legal defense in just four days through crowdfunding.
Organizers of a Philippine independence celebration have dropped plans to hold it in a busy Singapore shopping district, police said Monday, after an abusive campaign by online commentators opposed to the event's venue.3 Comments
A Singaporean blogger accused by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong of defamation apologized Friday, but rejected the premier's demand to pay compensation.
Singapore police said they have arrested 18 people believed to be part of a multi-million dollar illegal soccer-betting ring less than a month before the World Cup starts.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has demanded an apology from a local blogger for a posting seen as accusing him of corruption, Lee's lawyer said.
Singapore's ruling party has defended a promotional video produced by its youth wing that went viral after being lambasted online for its amateurish quality and for sounding “robotic.”