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Bhutan signs MoU with Singapore for technical training for Bhutanese youth

Bhutan and Singapore have signed a MoU under which the latter will provide “high-quality practice orienting skilling training” in the field of automobile technology.

Singapore: Man spying for China detained

SIngapore: A Singaporean man, who was working as a spy for China  intelligence services since 2015, has been detained, media reports said.

Singapore shuts all schools after warning new Covid strains 'affecting children more'

Singapore/IBNS: Singapore has decided to close all schools from Wednesday as authorities have warned that new coronavirus strains like the one first detected in India were affecting more children in the city-state.

Singapore returns to lockdown-like-conditions amid Covid cases' spike

Singapore/IBNS: Amid a rise in Coronavirus cases, Singapore is all set to return to lockdown-like conditions for four weeks starting May 16 with a complete ban in dining-in.

Singapore's industrial production grows 24.2 pct in September

Singapore/Xinhua: Singapore Economic Development Board reported on Monday that the country's manufacturing output grew 24.2 percent year on year in September, compared to a revised 15.4 percent rise in August.

US: Singaporean national pleads guilty to working as Chinese spy

Washington: A Singaporean national has pleaded guilty to charges of being a spy of China, US Department of Justice said on Friday.

Singapore: Ruling People's Action Party reelected

Singapore/UNI: Singapore's ruling People's Action Party (PAP) has been reelected in the general elections conducted on Friday.

Singapore reports 876 new COVID-19 cases

Singapore/Xinhua/UNI: Singapore's Ministry of Health (MOH) reported 876 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the total confirmed cases in the country to 23,336.

Singapore confirms 876 new COVID-19 cases, total tops 23,000 - Health Ministry

Moscow/Sputnik:  The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Singapore has increased by 876 to 23,336 over the past 24 hours, the Health Ministry said on Sunday.

Teachers in Singapore stop using Zoom after 'obscene image' incident

Singapore/IBNS: Amid reports of breaches involving obscene images, teachers will now suspend use of video conferencing tool Zoom in the country, Singapore's Ministry of Education (MOE) said.

First Singaporean charged with terror financing, says he only recognises Sharia law

Singapore/IBNS: The trial of first Singapore national to be charged with terror financing commenced on Monday where he admitted that he had transferred funds overseas to support the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), media reports said.

Singapore Air Force fighters sent to escort plane over bomb scare

Moscow, Jun 2 (Sputnik): Two F-15 fighters of the Singapore Air Force were sent on Sunday to escort a passenger plane, operated by the country's low-cost airline Scoot, over an alleged bomb threat aboard the aircraft, the country's defence minister Ng Eng Hen said.

Indonesia on alert as monkeypox case confirmed in neighboring Singapore

Jakarta, May 14 (Xinhua/UNI) Indonesia is taking precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the monkeypox virus into the country, after a case was confirmed in neighboring Singapore earlier this month.

Canada wants free trade agreement with Asian nations: PM Trudeau

Singapore, Nov 14 (IBNS): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said his country wants free trade deal with a bloc of 10 Asian nations, media reports said.

‘We cannot abandon’ rules-based world order, Singapore urges in UN speech

New York, Sept 30 (IBNS): Multilateralism may have occasionally been “oversold as a panacea”, but the world cannot abandon the rules-based world order which has brought peace and prosperity during the lifetime of the United Nations, Singapore’s Foreign Minister told the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday.