Rappler's latest stories on Singapore
After 5 years of deliberation, the affluent city-state picks Lockheed Martin's F-35 over Europe's Eurofighter Typhoon and Chinese-made stealth warplanes
Analysts say the move by Tan Cheng Bock could represent a challenge to the government's dominance of the political system
Under the agreement, CapitaLand will acquire two units from a subsidiary of state investment firm Temasek
Here are the airlines offering cheaper fares this January 2019
A bitter quarrel erupts between Premier Lee Hsien Loong, and his younger brother and sister following the death in 2015 of their father, Singapore's revered founding leader Lee Kuan Yew
Jolovan Wham is charged with violating public order laws because he failed to apply for a police permit before inviting Joshua Wong, a non-Singaporean, to speak via video call to an audience in Singapore
Alab remains the only undefeated team in the ASEAN Basketball League with a clean 4-0 slate
The city-state's high court says that 'the evidence has demonstrated to us that it is very much in the interests of the child that the adoption order be made'
The white, four-wheeled buggy, measuring about 5-feet high, patrolled around the perimeter of a convention center, providing additional security
Pence adds to the pressure on Suu Kyi, who this week has had an Amnesty International honor revoked and faced sharp words from Malaysia's Mahathir Mohamad
It's a dream start for the Philippines in the AFF Suzuki Cup, thanks to Patrick Reichelt
The Philippine Azkals get off to a brilliant start in their 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup campaign
In a side event of the ASEAN summit, Aung San Suu Kyi says Myanmar is 'Southeast Asia's final frontier market... we have land, we have (a) good young working population, we have unexplored resources'
Southeast Asian leaders are expected to discuss the code of conduct for the South China Sea, a few weeks before Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte hosts Chinese President Xi Jinping in Manila
Singapore's government agencies slam the posted Facebook article as 'clearly false, defamatory, and attacks Singapore'
‘Tis the season to celebrate the holidays at the heart of Singapore this November and December!
The Ministry of Home Affairs says the survey is part of the government's 'regular research on our criminal justice system' and involves citizens and permanent residents
Dyson, founded and owned by Brexit-backing billionaire entrepreneur James Dyson, says the factory is scheduled for completion in 2020
Still grappling with her newfound stardom, Naomi Osaka vows to remain focused on tennis
This month, two heart-pumping events await thrill seekers in the Lion City
While Singapore is admired for its economic prosperity, it is regularly criticized by rights groups for tough rules on political dissent and freedom of expression
Fueled by passion and a no-nonsense, go-getter attitude, Mark Ong was able to do the things he loves most while building a homegrown brand now known around the world
The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore says the merger significantly reduced market competition and led to higher fares
See the chapel where Colin married Araminta, walk on the same steps as Eleanor Young, eat at the same restaurant as Rachel and Peik Lin, and more – all without having to be crazy, rich, or even Asian.
Singapore labor ministry vows to investigate the e-commerce site which posted the objectionable online ads
A senior Chinese official says his country hopes that North Korea and the US could implement the outcome of the June nuclear summit in Singapore and work to preserve peaceful talks
It is expected to be operational around 2022, and will host Facebook servers and centralize its IT operations
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership will become the world's biggest free trade pact if an agreement is reached
'When you talk about hawkers, Singapore is not the only one to have hawker culture,' says Malaysian chef Redzuawan Ismail
Rikako Ikee continues to stamp her name all over the Asian Games while Singapore's Olympic champion Joseph Schooling pulls off a fingertip win
The 23-year-old who stunned Michael Phelps in the Olympics got less than five hours of shut-eye but still topped the heats
The first Hollywood production since the Joy Luck Club in 1993 to have a majority-Asian cast, the movie has generated frenzied publicity in the US and has generally been well reviewed
The author was conspicuously absent from the Singapore red carpet premiere of the movie
The daughter of Michael Jackson, who is bisexual has apologized after posting the cover with an editorial of 'Gay Star News' about hypocrisy
If there's any country that can be enjoyed in a matter of hours, it's Singapore
Samaritans of Singapore (SOS), which focuses on preventing suicides, says fear of becoming a burden to family, social disconnection, physical impairment, and deteriorating mental health are the most common challenges faced by the elderly
With Cookery Magic, Ruqxana whips up a uniquely Singaporean food experience for everyone
PRESS RELEASE: The Philippine Team wins 14 golds, 43 silvers, and 69 bronzes, with some students receiving multiple medals across three different categories
Singapore's health minister says the strike was 'a deliberate, targeted, and well-planned cyberattack and not the work of casual hackers or criminal gangs'
(UPDATED) Singapore's health and information ministries say a government database was broken into in a 'deliberate, targeted and well-planned' strike, describing the attack as 'unprecedented'
The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) criticizes both companies for going ahead with the deal despite restrictions imposed in March to pause the transaction while an anti-competition probe was underway
The Singapore health ministry proposes giving authorities the power to turn back unvaccinated non-citizens to the country they came from
The Philippine Volcanoes bring the crown back to the country for the first time since 2012
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A Zimbabwe newspaper says the country's 94-year-old ex-ruler 'slipped out of the country 2 weeks ago after his blood pressure suddenly rose to dangerous levels'
From the historic Trump-Kim summit to President Duterte being heckled on Independence day to Sereno at Tindig Pilipinas
While proponents of a national ID system in the Philippines argue it will improve government services, examples from other countries show the many uses of a national ID beyond government functions
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(UPDATED) In his own country, Kim's appearances are normally carefully managed, with any foreigners present having to go through hours-long security checks beforehand