Singapore university probes mock-rape claims


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  • Thursday, 28 Jul 2016

SINGAPORE: Claims that students were subjected to sexually-charged orientation activities, including one simulating rape, are being investigated by Singapore’s top university.

The National University of Singapore (NUS) -- consistently ranked as one of Asia’s best higher education institutions - said it would take strong disciplinary action against anyone found responsible for “any behaviour or activity that denigrates the dignity of individuals,” it said in a statement sent to AFP Thursday.

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