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LI SHENGWU LEFT SINGAPORE EARLIER, FEARED HE'LL BE DETAINED

In a Reuters interview, Li Shengwu said he left Singapore for the US more than a week earlier as planned as his friends were worried that he may be detained or interrogated due to his contempt of court case. Prime Minister's Press Secretary Chang Li Lin was quick to defend the legal system by saying it is inaccurate to make such statements because it is only part of legal procedures and laws.

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LEE HSIEN LOONG: ALLEGATIONS MADE BY MY SIBLINGS MOSTLY INACCURATE

PM Lee Hsien Loong has responded to further queries about the continuous allegations against him by his siblings Dr Lee Wei Ling and Mr Lee Hsien Yang. Lee Hsien Loong said that his siblings continue to make allegations about what he supposedly did or did not do. LHL claims that what they said were mostly inaccurate.

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NUS LAMBAST STRAITS TIMES FOR UNTRUTH REPORTING OF DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS

The National University of Singapore (NUS) would like to clarify incomplete and factually inaccurate information reported in The Straits Times article titled “Action taken against NUS students for role in inappropriate orientation activities”, which was published online on 22 September 2016.

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