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SINGAPORE (THE NEW PAPER) - As per her usual routine, Ms Noraini Abbas, a Singaporean woman, visited the Al Noor Mosque in New Zealand last Friday (March 15) for prayers with her son Sayyad Milne, 14.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Son of Singaporean died in ChristchurchMosqueShooting
Please media blackout all killers and terrorists details. 'The gunman...' Is enough info. They must rot in oblivion.
Hey can you not be naming the perpetrator in your articles henceforth? NZ has already declared that he shall be nameless. I think everyone should follow suit.
HONG KONG: As millions of people in Asia choke under polluted skies, authorities have turned to water-dispersing drones and outdoor air purifiers ...
Smog remedies: Canned air and water-spraying drones
Straight Outta Total Recall.
Looked like our neighbors have started their fire rituals recently, have we carry out these remedies NEAsg ?
Two brothers have been arrested in India for allegedly raping their 12-year-old sister who was later beheaded with a sickle, police said Wednesday.
Indian girl, 12, 'raped and killed' by brothers, uncle
Law chop off their heads instead! own Brothers could do this? worst than an animal!
This is so sad. She was only 12. Please send all of them to jail for life.
There's no safe place like 'home' 😥😥😥
Did I just read that she was beheaded...? What the fuck is wrong with the world?
Can i say India is the most dangerous country for woman?
SINGAPORE - In the event of a terror attack, Singapore advises civilians on the ground to 'Run, Hide, Tell'.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Citing the Christchurch mass shootings as an example, security experts said it highlights the scope for Singapore's SGSecure national anti-terrorism movement to be expanded to equip civilians with skills like unarmed combat to fight back, when necessary.
They afraid the civilian will protest with violence against the govt.
Just need this workout: 100 push-ups 100 sit-ups 100 squats 10km run Everyday
We are trained, Run, Hide, Tell and Press, Tie, Tell. Fight back? Is it too much for civilians?
Run, Hide.and Tell. Why fight back?
SINGAPORE: Popular travel vlogger Nuseir Yassin, better known as Nas, said on Wednesday (Mar 20) that he will move to Singapore next month. The ...
Travel vlogger Nas Daily to move to Singapore
Come to Sg to siam tax
And I give 2 hoots because?
Come here por Lan Pam is it
Why Australian Senator Fraser Anning was wrong to say it was his right to say the shootings in Christchurch was a result of ‘Muslim immigration’, ...
Commentary: Hate cannot be an appropriate response to the Christchurch shootings
Who is hating who?
KUALA LUMPUR, March 21 — Malaysians who joined the Islamic State (IS) in Syria should be allowed to return home, some analysts said despite a recent terror attack in New Zealand. Analysts Malay...
Bring Malaysian terrorists home, but be careful, say analysts.
No need. You endanger Malaysia and all countries around it. Keep them away and terminate their passports
46 potential pollution sites identified in Pasir Gudang area, says M'sian minister
And that is just in 1 state! 13 more to go!
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Nas Daily’s moving to Singapore in April, and not everyone’s happy about it.
Because this is the kind of people not welcome by locals due to his online comments about Singaporeans.
Singapore still ranks as the 34th happiest country in the world in the 2019 World Happiness Report by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network.
Singapore ranked 2nd-happiest Asian nation in World Happiness Report.
Foreigners are happy here..not us.
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