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Cyber attackers target Singapore Defence Ministry, but no secrets found

Cyber attackers target Singapore Defence Ministry, but no secrets found

Cyber attackers have stolen basic personal data from about 850 Singapore national servicemen and employees in a possible attempt to access official secrets, the Defence Ministry said on Tuesday.

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Philippine Congress postpones embattled minister s confirmation hearing

Philippine Congress postpones embattled minister s confirmation hearing

A Philippine legislative hearing set for Wednesday to confirm the appointment of a controversial environment minister who ordered more than half of the countrys mines shut has been postponed following a shakeup in the Senate leadership.

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Donald Trump to repeal Obama-era water rule to allow draining of wetlands and streams

Donald Trump to repeal Obama-era water rule to allow draining of wetlands and streams

President Trump will instruct the Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers to “review and reconsider” a 2015 rule known as the Waters of the United States rule, according to a senior official, a move that could ultimately make it easier for agricultural and development interests to drain wetlands and small streams.

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Taliban  infiltrator  aids police killing in Helmand province

Taliban infiltrator aids police killing in Helmand province

Afghan police say at least 13 are dead after an infiltrator allowed militants into a police station.

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After Jammeh, Gambians seek justice for the disappeared

After Jammeh, Gambians seek justice for the disappeared

When Gambian intelligence officers arrested journalist Ebrima Manneh at his newspaper, he asked an office guard to save some tea.

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He who controls the sand: the mining  mafias  killing each other to build cities

He who controls the sand: the mining mafias killing each other to build cities

Rapid urbanisation has made an ordinary commodity suddenly precious: sand. As cities continue to voraciously need concrete, glass and asphalt, illegal sand mining has sparked a global wave of gang violence

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Brexit weekly briefing: EU citizens  rights become key battleground

Brexit weekly briefing: EU citizens rights become key battleground

Opposition peers say vote on amendment to secure EU nationals’ rights in Britain is winnable – and could happen this week

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Kim Jong-nam death: Two women to face murder charges

Kim Jong-nam death: Two women to face murder charges

Two women will be charged on Wednesday over the killing of Kim Jong-nam, Malaysias prosecutor says.

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Trump accuses Obama of orchestrating protests and leaks against him

Trump accuses Obama of orchestrating protests and leaks against him

In interview with Fox, president says – without evidence – his predecessor ‘is behind’ demonstrations over travel ban and national security leaks

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Court hears of policy to discredit abuse claims during Mau Mau uprising

Court hears of policy to discredit abuse claims during Mau Mau uprising

Counsel for Kenyan claimants accuses the Conservative government of 1950s of undermining people who reported abuse

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