Blogger Amos Yee held again

Amos Yee has failed in an appeal against his sentence and conviction. PHOTO: ST FILE.

SINGAPORE: A 17-year-old Singaporean is being investigated by the police for allegedly making religiously offensive remarks online.

In a statement yesterday, the Singapore Police Force said that reports had been lodged against the youth, in connection with certain religiously offensive remarks posted online.

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