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September, 28, 2016

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Two maintenance staff working on elevated tracks in Singapore's mass transit system were hit and killed by a train Tuesday, an official said. It was a rare tragedy on a train system that has experienced a string of disruptions in recent years, denting the city-state's reputation for efficiency.
 
An activist blogger who must pay libel damages in installments over the next 17 years to Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong made an initial payment Wednesday, his lawyer said.
 
An activist blogger ordered to pay SG$150,000 (US$109,000) in libel damages to Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will make payments in installments over the next 17 years, his lawyer said Monday.
 
For decades, gastric cancer has been a silent killer, sneaking up on more than 700,000 unsuspecting victims in Asia every year and surfacing only when patients have little chance of recovery.
 
S'pore & Bali experience each other's culinary delights
Singapore and Bali are having a restaurant version of a cross-cultural exchange.
 
A Philippine maid has accused a Singaporean couple of starving her for 15 months until her weight dropped to 29 kilograms (64 pounds), Singapore media reported Tuesday.
 
The United States has deployed a P-8 Poseidon spy plane in Singapore for the first time ever, both countries said, amid simmering regional tensions over Beijing's island-building in the disputed South China Sea.
 
Singapore's Straits Times newspaper on Saturday named the late former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew as its "Asian of the Year" for his influence on regional and global affairs.
 
A Singaporean man detained for more than two years under suspicion of being the mastermind behind a global soccer match-fixing syndicate was ordered to be released on Wednesday by the country's highest court, which ruled he was being held unlawfully.
 
A Singaporean woman who went missing nearly five years ago has been reunited with her son after her plight was reported in an Associated Press story about people who sleep at 24-hour McDonald's outlets in Hong Kong.
 
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