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NEWBORN SUFFOCATES TO DEATH AFTER MOTHER ROLLS OVER HER IN SLEEP

A mother of a 36 day old baby accidentally suffocated her baby, who had been co-sleeping with her parents on the night of 19 June. According to Chinese newspapers, the infant's parents had let her sleep together with them on the bed as they wanted to make it easier to feed her.

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POLICE OFFICERS HELPED CALM DOWN FLUSTERED OLD MAN AFTER ACCIDENT

A netizen has shared this heartwarming incident of 2 police officers who helped an old man who was involved in an accident along Newton Road. According to the netizen, his father, a 70 year-old elderly man who does not speak much English, had gotten into an accident at about 4PM on 17 June along Newton Road towards Moulmein.

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THIEF DRIVES AROUND WITH STOLEN CAR FOR A MONTH

A netizen has had enough of waiting for the police to apprehend a car thief, who stole a car from her friend on the pretext of renting the vehicle. The thief remains at large and appears to be driving around Singapore without consequence despite being in possession of a stolen vehicle.

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EX-GIC CHIEF ECONOMIST TO SPF: WE NEED TO BE CIVIL FOR PROPER DEBATE, APOLOGY IF I WAS TOO STRIDENT

I'd like to thank the Singapore Police Force (SPF) for the detailed reply to my comments on what I perceived to be one of the major causes of the little India riots in 2013 - inadequate community policing in the community in question. This view was based on my personal macro observation that police numbers on the ground have not kept up with our population growth- particularly in the foreign worker community -due to its huge expansion over the late 1990s and 2000s. I hope the SPF does not read my comments as having any more intention than just giving my personal views on how to keep Singapore as safe as possible for all citizens

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