What was thought to be a political flyer distributed by People’s Action Party (PAP) activists outside the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) has turned out to be an article on the last page of a free campus magazine ‘Fresh Grads’.
Southeast Asian nations faced increasing pressure to deal with the growing migrant crisis Monday, as the countries involved continued to blame their neighbors for the issue.
There are times when people who represent a cause act in ways which contradict it. This is one of them. Amos Yee’s latest attempt to justify his molestation allegation whilst continuing to smear the reputation of his former bailor is not an act that serves the cause he represents; only
Amos Yee has retracted his apology for falsely alleging that his former bailor Vincent Law molested him. “Yeah I lied, again… I wasn’t really going to tender an apology to Vincent,” Yee said on his Facebook page at about 2am on Saturday morning. In a long, expletive-laden, blog post, Yee
Late yesterday, March 14, the Ministry of National Development (MND) accused Sylvia Lim of politicising the ongoing dispute between MND and the opposition-held Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council (AHPETC). Ms Lim is the chairman of AHPETC and of the Workers’ Party (WP).
Thailand criticized over failure to offer refuge to Rohingya migrants
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Rohingya migrant: ‘We went on the boat to look for a Muslim country’
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Indonesia, Malaysia agree to take in stranded Rohingya migrants
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