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Iran to ask Japan's Abe to mediate over US oil sanctions: Officials

Iran plans to ask Japan to mediate between Tehran and Washington to ease oil sanctions imposed by the United States, Iranian officials told Reuters ahead of a visit to Iran by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Boeing says engine issues the key factor to be resolved on 777X

Boeing said on Monday engine issues were the key factor to be resolved in the development of its new 777X aircraft, but that the plane was performing well as it moves towards a flight test later this year.
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Boeing says engine issues the key factor to be resolved on 777X

Boeing said on Monday engine issues were the key factor to be resolved in the development of its new 777X aircraft, but that the plane was performing well as it moves towards a flight test later this year.

Lockheed: No concern that Raytheon-UTC merger will affect F-35 program

Lockheed Martin F-35 program manager Greg Ulmer said on Monday he had "no concern" that the proposed merger of Raytheon Co and United Technologies Corp would affect the F-35 program or pressure its margins.
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Lockheed: No concern that Raytheon-UTC merger will affect F-35 program

Lockheed Martin F-35 program manager Greg Ulmer said on Monday he had "no concern" that the proposed merger of Raytheon Co and United Technologies Corp would affect the F-35 program or pressure its margins.

Police officer found dead with gunshot wound to head at Yishun North NPC

SINGAPORE - A 28-year-old regular police officer was found dead with a gunshot wound to his head at the Yishun North neighbourhood police centre (NPC) on Sunday night (June 16). The police said in a statement on Monday that the male officer, a police sergean
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Police officer found dead with gunshot wound to head at Yishun North NPC

SINGAPORE - A 28-year-old regular police officer was found dead with a gunshot wound to his head at the Yishun North neighbourhood police centre (NPC) on Sunday night (June 16). The police said in a statement on Monday that the male officer, a police sergeant, had reported for duty at 7.30pm on Sunday at the NPC at 31 Yishun Central and drew his service pistol from the armoury. He was found alone with a gunshot wound to his head at the rest area of the NPC at around 9.30pm, the police said. His service pistol was next to him. He was taken unconscious to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, where he died from his injuries at 10.26pm. The police's Criminal Investigation Department are investigating the case as unnatural death. No foul play is suspected, the police said, adding that they are assisting the officer's family in their time of grief.

SCDF ragging incident death: NSF's last words were 'cannot encik'

SINGAPORE - The last words uttered by Corporal Kok Yuen Chin before falling into the 12-m deep pump well were of protest. «Cannot encik,» the 22-year-old had said, just seconds before he was pushed into the Tuas View Fire Station pump well where
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SCDF ragging incident death: NSF's last words were 'cannot encik'

SINGAPORE - The last words uttered by Corporal Kok Yuen Chin before falling into the 12-m deep pump well were of protest. «Cannot encik,» the 22-year-old had said, just seconds before he was pushed into the Tuas View Fire Station pump well where he drowned during a ragging incident to mark the completion of his national service. Regular specialists in the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) are referred to as enciks. Cpl Kok's last words were heard in video footage shown in court on Monday (June 17) during an ongoing trial over his death. The officers in charge of the fire station on May 13 last year, the day of the ragging incident, are contesting the charges.

P1 registration for 2020, all you need to know

The Ministry of Education has announced the dates for the different phases of P1 registration 2020. The registration of children for admission to Primary One (P1) classes in 2020 will open from Wednesday, 3 July 2019 to Thursday, 31 October 2019. P1 REGISTR
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P1 registration for 2020, all you need to know

The Ministry of Education has announced the dates for the different phases of P1 registration 2020. The registration of children for admission to Primary One (P1) classes in 2020 will open from Wednesday, 3 July 2019 to Thursday, 31 October 2019. P1 REGISTRATION 2020: THINGS TO KNOW ELIGIBILITY Children born between 2 January 2013 and 1 January 2014 (both dates inclusive), must be registered at this year's P1 Registration Exercise for admission to P1 in January 2020. WHERE Parents are required to proceed to their school of choice during the eligible phase. TIMINGS Registration will be conducted between 8am-11am and from 2.30pm-4.30pm on each scheduled registration day (Monday-Friday). Parents must produce the originals of each required document at the time of registration. DO NOTE

Brailsford backs Froome to come back after horror crash

Team Ineos manager Dave Brailsford expects four times Tour de France champion Chris Froome to return to elite cycling after last week's horror crash at the Criterium du Dauphine.
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Brailsford backs Froome to come back after horror crash

Team Ineos manager Dave Brailsford expects four times Tour de France champion Chris Froome to return to elite cycling after last week's horror crash at the Criterium du Dauphine.

Jail for two brothers who threw Molotov cocktails at St James Power Station nightspot

SINGAPORE - Two brothers flung Molotov cocktails at a bar in St James Power Station after bouncers told the older sibling and his friends to get out of another nightspot in the vicinity following a dispute in 2016. Bryan Ho Chang Rong, 29, was sentenced to t
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Jail for two brothers who threw Molotov cocktails at St James Power Station nightspot

SINGAPORE - Two brothers flung Molotov cocktails at a bar in St James Power Station after bouncers told the older sibling and his friends to get out of another nightspot in the vicinity following a dispute in 2016. Bryan Ho Chang Rong, 29, was sentenced to two years and four months' jail on Monday (June 17), while his younger brother Cephas Ho Jin An, 26, was given two years and nine months' jail. The pair, who committed the offence with three friends, had earlier pleaded guilty to one count each of committing mischief by fire. Cephas Ho had also admitted to consuming cannabis and being in possession of the drug. Two of their friends were dealt with in court in March. Toh Wei Yi, 29, was sentenced to 20 months' jail and Daryl Tay Kai Long, 28, who also admitted to drug-related offences, will spend 5½ years behind bars. The third, Eugene Lim Huang Sheng, died on July 11, 2017. Bryan Ho and his friends went to Club Hollywood Thai disco in St James Power Station on Sept 12, 2016, but bouncers threw them out after they had a dispute with another group of clubbers. Court documents did not reveal details of the dispute.

Alibaba proposes one-to-eight stock split for July 15 AGM vote

Alibaba Group Holding has proposed a one-to-eight stock split for a vote at the upcoming annual general meeting of shareholders in Hong Kong on July 15, it said in a statement.
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Alibaba proposes one-to-eight stock split for July 15 AGM vote

Alibaba Group Holding has proposed a one-to-eight stock split for a vote at the upcoming annual general meeting of shareholders in Hong Kong on July 15, it said in a statement.

Customer allegedly poisons aquarium fish

An aquarium shop lost almost a day's earnings after a customer allegedly put a toxic substance into a fish tank. Mr Ng Him Yick, 41, the owner of Glassbox Aquarium in Boon Keng, told The New Paper the alleged culprit had entered the shop close to 9pm last Tu
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Customer allegedly poisons aquarium fish

An aquarium shop lost almost a day's earnings after a customer allegedly put a toxic substance into a fish tank. Mr Ng Him Yick, 41, the owner of Glassbox Aquarium in Boon Keng, told The New Paper the alleged culprit had entered the shop close to 9pm last Tuesday. The shop's closed-circuit TV (CCTV) footage from the night shows a man entering the shop and loitering for a brief moment before throwing something into a tank containing about 40 to 50 freshwater tropical fish. Mr Ng, who has been running the business for about two years, said: «I was busy attending to a customer so I didn't notice it at first. One of the customers alerted me and said there was something wrong with the water in one of the tanks.» The water in the tank had turned cloudy and was emitting a strong toxic smell.

Falling tree branch pierces through car windscreen and injures man in Geylang

SINGAPORE - A man was hurt when a tree branch fell through his windscreen at a carpark on Saturday morning (June 15). The victim, a man in his 50s, was looking for a parking space near Block 119 Aljunied Avenue 2 in Geylang when the incident occurred. His f
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Falling tree branch pierces through car windscreen and injures man in Geylang

SINGAPORE - A man was hurt when a tree branch fell through his windscreen at a carpark on Saturday morning (June 15). The victim, a man in his 50s, was looking for a parking space near Block 119 Aljunied Avenue 2 in Geylang when the incident occurred. His friend, Mr Chen, 50, told Chinese-language daily Lianhe Wanbao that the driver heard a loud «bang» as a long branch pierced through the windscreen and fell directly into his seat. Mr Chen told Wanbao that his friend, who was unable to avoid the branch, suffered gashes on his right shin. He sought medical treatment at a nearby clinic and took his car to a repair workshop shortly after.

Motorcyclist dies after accident involving Tower Transit bus in Jurong

SINGAPORE - A motorcyclist died from his injuries at the hospital after an accident with a bus in Jurong on Saturday (June 15) afternoon. The police said that they were alerted to the accident at the junction of Corporation Road and Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim at 12
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Motorcyclist dies after accident involving Tower Transit bus in Jurong

SINGAPORE - A motorcyclist died from his injuries at the hospital after an accident with a bus in Jurong on Saturday (June 15) afternoon. The police said that they were alerted to the accident at the junction of Corporation Road and Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim at 12.41pm. Photos of the aftermath of the accident on social media show the motorcycle lying on the road in front of a Tower Transit bus, which was in service at the time of the accident. The motorcyclist, a 59-year-old man, was unconscious when taken to the National University Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries, said the police. Bus operator Tower Transit's group communications director Glenn Lim told The Straits Times that the bus captain has been relieved of his duties while investigations are ongoing. He added that the company is assisting the traffic police with their investigations. Police are investigating the incident. This article was first published in The Straits Times. Permission required for reproduction.

Lyles gets break from uncalled false start to run fast 150

Noah Lyles overcame an apparent false start to run the fourth-fastest 150 meters of all time on a wet elevated straightaway in Boston on Sunday.
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Lyles gets break from uncalled false start to run fast 150

Noah Lyles overcame an apparent false start to run the fourth-fastest 150 meters of all time on a wet elevated straightaway in Boston on Sunday.

Woods closes on upbeat note, no happy birthday for Mickelson

Tiger Woods made another awful start before turning on the afterburners to shoot two-under 69 in the final round at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach on Sunday.
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Woods closes on upbeat note, no happy birthday for Mickelson

Tiger Woods made another awful start before turning on the afterburners to shoot two-under 69 in the final round at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach on Sunday.

Woman injures hand after tripping on Canopy Park walking net at Jewel Changi Airport

SINGAPORE - A woman injured her hand after tripping while walking on the sky nets attraction at Canopy Park in Jewel Changi Airport on Friday (June 14). A Jewel spokesman confirmed the incident, saying that the woman had «tripped while walking and fel
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Woman injures hand after tripping on Canopy Park walking net at Jewel Changi Airport

SINGAPORE - A woman injured her hand after tripping while walking on the sky nets attraction at Canopy Park in Jewel Changi Airport on Friday (June 14). A Jewel spokesman confirmed the incident, saying that the woman had «tripped while walking and fell forward» at around 5.05pm. A ranger on duty immediately administered first aid to the woman, said the spokesman. Canopy Park opened to the public last Monday.

Work-life harmony a key issue for young couples: Heng Swee Keat

SINGAPORE - As a young couple, one of the biggest struggles Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat and his wife faced was learning to strike a work-life harmony. To help find solutions for young parents who face similar problems today, he said, the Government
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Work-life harmony a key issue for young couples: Heng Swee Keat

SINGAPORE - As a young couple, one of the biggest struggles Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat and his wife faced was learning to strike a work-life harmony. To help find solutions for young parents who face similar problems today, he said, the Government will soon be launching a series of dialogues that will be helmed by Manpower Minister Josephine Teo. This is on top of measures such as doubling paid paternity leave to two weeks that took effect in 2013 and which gives fathers more time with their children, Mr Heng said. The deputy prime minister was speaking on Sunday (June 16) at a Father's Day celebration jointly organised by the Centre for Fathering, Dads for Life and Mediacorp. It was held at OCBC Square of the Singapore Sports Hub.

How much does it cost to live near the top primary schools in Singapore?

No matter how much the MOE tries to tell Singaporeans that «every school is a good school», the fact remains that many parents stop at nothing to get their kids into what they perceive as the top primary schools in Singapore. When there are too m
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How much does it cost to live near the top primary schools in Singapore?

No matter how much the MOE tries to tell Singaporeans that «every school is a good school», the fact remains that many parents stop at nothing to get their kids into what they perceive as the top primary schools in Singapore. When there are too many students trying to get into a school, the school will run a ballot, which is basically a lottery. At this point, the only thing that can give your child an edge is if you live within 2km of the school. In fact, the nearer the school, the better your odds. That's why parents have been known to buy homes near «good» schools years ahead of time. (Some have also lied about where they live and have even gone to jail for cheating the school this way!) And, thanks to kiasu parents and our meritocratic culture, property prices around these schools have often reached stratospheric realms. Let's have a look at how much it costs to buy a home near one of these coveted schools. TOP PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN SINGAPORE & NEARBY PROPERTY PRICES We've selected a handful of top primary schools in Singapore and checked out the prices of the nearby residential properties:

5 makeup brands to buy in Taiwan: Mkup, My Beauty Diary & more

I don't know about you, but I have a lot of confidence in Taiwanese beauty and makeup products. You would too if you've ever seen those trending videos of Taiwanese girls and their 180-degree transformations… they take dolling up very seriously. There's al
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5 makeup brands to buy in Taiwan: Mkup, My Beauty Diary & more

I don't know about you, but I have a lot of confidence in Taiwanese beauty and makeup products. You would too if you've ever seen those trending videos of Taiwanese girls and their 180-degree transformations… they take dolling up very seriously. There's also a hit TV programme called Queen (better known by its Chinese name, 女人我最大), which features some of their local cult products. If you're headed there soon, here are some of the more popular beauty items to buy in Taiwan. What to buy in Taiwan - face masks, makeup & more From skincare products like sheet masks to makeup like eyeliners and eyeshadow, here are some of the top beauty products from Taiwan:

Starc keen to pitch up at every World Cup game

Preserving the fitness of Mitchell Starc has been a national obsession since he bowled Australia to the World Cup title in 2015, but the left-arm paceman has no intention of putting his feet up in England.
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Starc keen to pitch up at every World Cup game

Preserving the fitness of Mitchell Starc has been a national obsession since he bowled Australia to the World Cup title in 2015, but the left-arm paceman has no intention of putting his feet up in England.

Leaderless and livid: The youngsters on Hong Kong front lines

Young Hong Kongers who marshalled the fight against a police force that was armed with tear gas and rubber bullets have spoken of how they were pushed into embracing more confrontational tactics by the failure of years of peaceful protests.
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Leaderless and livid: The youngsters on Hong Kong front lines

Young Hong Kongers who marshalled the fight against a police force that was armed with tear gas and rubber bullets have spoken of how they were pushed into embracing more confrontational tactics by the failure of years of peaceful protests.

Commentary: Sex, violence and accusations of cover-ups rock South Korea

Accusations of cover-ups of Burning Sun and other clubs in the Gangnam and Hongdae districts have shocked the nation, says journalist Gabriel Wilder.
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Commentary: Sex, violence and accusations of cover-ups rock South Korea

Accusations of cover-ups of Burning Sun and other clubs in the Gangnam and Hongdae districts have shocked the nation, says journalist Gabriel Wilder.

Hong Kong braces for huge rally after leader climbdown

Hong Kong braces for another mass rally Sunday as public anger seethes following unprecedented clashes between protesters and police over an extradition law, despite a climbdown by the city's embattled leader in suspending the bill.
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Hong Kong braces for huge rally after leader climbdown

Hong Kong braces for another mass rally Sunday as public anger seethes following unprecedented clashes between protesters and police over an extradition law, despite a climbdown by the city's embattled leader in suspending the bill.

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