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Donald Trump meets Singapore PM; hopes 'nice' outcome from summit with Kim Jong

Donald Trump and Kim Jong are set to meet tomorrow at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa for talks which could see North Korea dismantle its nuclear arsenal in return for economic help and security guarantees.

Ahead of Trump-Kim meet, US President to hold bilateral meetings with Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong

The meeting between the two leaders will be followed by expanded bilateral meetings and a working lunch.

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Singapore PM says will reshuffle cabinet to support his successor

Lee, the eldest son of Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew and the city-state's third prime minister since independence in 1965, said in October he would be ready to step down in a couple of years

Malayalee community contributed significantly to Singapore: PM Lee

"The Malayalee community has shown how we can turn diversity into our strength. Singapore needs to do the same on a national level, with our different races and religions," Channel News Asia quoted Lee as saying.

Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong's siblings accuse him of abusing power, threaten to go to court

The siblings of Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong issued a seven-page rejoinder on Thursday to his statement to parliament earlier this week, reiterating accusations that he had abused his power in a dispute over their late father's home.

Feud heats up between Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and siblings

Dr. Lee Wei Ling, a well-known neurosurgeon and her brother, business executive Lee Hsien Yang, claim that the prime minister had obtained a document and lobbied a government committee in hopes of preserving the house, which was built on prime land.

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Singapore should 'manage' population inflow carefully: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong

About 30,000 babies are born as citizens every year and, to top up, about 20,000 foreigners become new citizens annually.

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With a resounding victory, new PM Lee has emerged from his father’s shadow

Two more Indians charged with rioting in Singapore

Criminal Legal Aid Scheme was helping to secure lawyers for all the accused,its representative told the Court.

Four more Indians charged with

Four more Indians were charged Thursday for alleged rioting in Singapore.

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