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K Shanmugam said prosecutors had sought murder charge for Gaiyathiri Murugayan who abused Piang Ngaih Don for nine months until she died.
CCTV footage showed how she repeatedly abused and starved the Myanmar national for nine months until her death, by which time she weighed just 24kg.
The EU’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell also condemned the violence in Myanmar, and said the bloc will ‘take appropriate decisions’
Singapore National Eye Centre says mistake happened during vaccination exercise, and that staff member suffered no side effects.
The New Zealander flew into a drunken rage when the 60-year-old taxi driver took a wrong turn while driving him home, breaking his nose.
Making the details of the 16-year-old’s motives public may inflame religious sentiments, Law Minister K. Shanmugam says.
The Singapore student, 16, intended to strike two mosques on March 15, two years after Brenton Tarrant shot dozens of Muslims in New Zealand.
It was last week revealed that police can obtain TraceTogether data for criminal investigations under the Criminal Procedure Code.
The victim was close to death after being chained up, malnourished, having her teeth knocked out with a hammer and being burnt with boiling water.
The US-based Counter Extremism Project put the former prime minister at number 14 on its list of people ‘considered a huge threat to international security’.
A local media investigation said the group smuggled meat from non-halal certified sources including China, Brazil, Canada and Ukraine
The Internal Security Department says it will ‘interview Yeo to establish if he had engaged in activities prejudicial to Singapore’s security’.
Singapore has contained community transmission, allowing groups of eight people – up from a limit of five – to meet.
The nation’s hawker culture joins more than 463 items already on the prestigious list of international treasures, including angklung music and kimchi making.
M Ravi, who represents death-row inmates, claimed in a Facebook post that another lawyer said law minister K Shanmugam ‘controls’ the chief justice.
From December 14, visitors entering Singapore with a travel history to Hong Kong in the last 14 days must serve a two-week quarantine in dedicated facilities.
The foreign domestic worker from Myanmar testified that her married employer groped her and forced her to perform a sex act on him.
The Internal Security Department said Sheik Heikel volunteered to take up arms to fight alongside a faction in the civil war while living in Yemen.
The ‘LidarPhone’ attack can take advantage of the device’s built-in sensor to gather potentially sensitive data, National University of Singapore scientists found.
Alverna Cher Sheue Pin is accused of causing the death of her ex-boyfriend Wee Jun Xiang in a multistorey car park in May.
Professor Theodore G Hopf from the university’s political science department was accused of harassing a student and sending a sexually explicit text message.
Lee Hsien Loong is suing the chief editor of The Online Citizen for libel over an article published last year about the family dispute over Lee Kuan Yew’s home.
They were part of a group of 12 people, mostly Britons, who gathered at Lazarus Island in August, breaking the limit of five.
A majority of those being investigated attracted attention after they had supported the killing of French schoolteacher Samuel Paty.
The nine men and 12 women had allegedly ‘re-engaged’ in activities connected to the church, the Ministry of Home Affairs said.
The helper said her boss, who was 89 at the time, gave her his bank card to withdraw US$5,800 as compensation for his sexual advances.
The Health Ministry said the likelihood of a causal link between the vaccinations and the deaths reported was determined to be low.
Ministry of Health has advised doctors to temporarily stop the use of two vaccines, although South Korean authorities have found no direct connection to casualties.
The 26-year-old Indian national, who is married, was jailed for seven months for sexual exploitation of the girl, 15.
Tan Bee Kim hit and slapped her helper with shoes and household items several times between 2012 and 2018, and received a six-month sentence.