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Two elderly men were seen exchanging blows during a heated argument that turned into a brawl on board a public bus.

The 17-year-old "Abu Khaled" carried a rifle and directly addressed Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott in the video reportedly posted online.

A Singapore woman has posted a Facebook plea appealing for donations to help a dog with its skull almost exposed by a maggot-infested wound.

More than 70,000 Shaolin students lined up along a 15km road to perform kungfu or martial arts to mark the opening of the festival.

A 48 year old who claims to control “175 billion yuan in assets” leftover from the Qing Dynasty royal Aisin Gioro clan, scams investors.

He gave his lecture at the first Institute of Policy Studies S R Nathan Fellow for the Study of Singapore on The Future Of Singapore: Politics And Governance.

He was diagnosed with cancer in 2006.

Corporate lawyer Rachel Eng, one of the award recipients in 2014, believes "guilt is normal" for women who choose to juggle family and career.

Dancing on the train seems to have become a more common sight in Singapore recently, with two such incidents in the past week.

J-pop queen Ayumi Hamasaki reveals a lesser-known factoid that she was a loner growing up, and that she regrets quitting school early.

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