China is looking to extend influence over a neighbour whose ties with the West have been frayed.
Govt blames officers' deaths on villagers, but locals say police used excessive force.
Temperatures in the city-state have been above average for the last 23 consecutive months.
Singapore Democratic Party is seeking to overturn the government order.
Rubbish collectors found the child in a bloody plastic bag last week.
In a fast-growing form of online sex crime, abusers pressurise girls to record themselves naked or perform sex acts.
Thailand is a source, destination, transit country for people, children subjected to forced labour, sex trafficking.
It urged the Japanese govt to help the Rohingya people and not 'side with criminals'.
Labour unions have voiced concerns about sweeping changes to labour law, have called for a nationwide protest.
Last year 10 Singaporean firms debuted in Hong Kong, raising US$155 mil, a 25% increase from 2018.
Locals are defying authorities, returning to their homes in the no-go zones.
Myanmar has hammered down the price from US$7.2 bil to swerve fears of a Chinese debt-trap.
Reporters and human rights monitors were barred from entering the court.
New act comes as more Hong Kong-based asset managers are inquiring about opening offices in the republic.
Civilian leader Suu Kyi's defence of the 2017 crackdown was widely condemned in the West but proved popular at home.
Prosecutors are investigating financial irregularities at PT Asuransi Jiwasraya.
Aceh has been used by Thai insurgent groups to train, plan operations against Thailand, says general.
Bridal couple were little affected in contrast to the 24,000 people who have been forced to evacuate.
UK conviction of the serial rapist has left the already vulnerable LGBT community feeling under fire.
More than 200 residents are seeking a total of US$43 mil in compensation.
UK conviction of prolific rapist has prompted officials to 'prevent the spread of gay behaviour'.
Tran Van Minh and Van Huu Chien are accused of selling state-owned land slots causing losses of up to US$950 mil.
Thais in recent months have taken to social media to air their irritation over road closures.
Nearly 12 deals were signed by President Joko Widodo, Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed.