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Nation 20 May 2017 | 1:00 AM

A slap is never 'just a slap'

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AseanPlus News 04 Feb 2017 | 9:06 AM

Amos Yee to be detained until March 7 hearing for asylum bid

SINGAPORE: Singaporean teenage blogger Amos Yee, who is seeking political asylum in the US, will remain in US custody until his final court hearing on March 7, after the US immigration authorities denied his release, his lawyers said.

World 31 Dec 2016 | 10:16 AM

Blogger Amos Yee, who is seeking US asylum, regrets making inflammatory posts which landed him in jail

CHICAGO: Blogger Amos Yee, who is seeking political asylum in the United States, said on Friday (Dec 30) that he regretted the inflammatory posts that landed him in jail twice in Singapore.

AseanPlus News 24 Dec 2016 | 12:33 PM

Amos Yee may have to wait years in US asylum bid

HONG KONG: Controversial Singaporean blogger Amos Yee, who is currently seeking asylum in the United States, may face years of waiting before knowing if he will be granted citizenship, according to his lawyer.

AseanPlus News 23 Dec 2016 | 1:08 PM

Teenage blogger Amos Yee detained in United States

SINGAPORE: Teenage blogger Amos Yee has been detained in the United States over immigration-related matters.

World 29 Sep 2016 | 2:29 PM

Singapore court sends teen blogger back to jail for criticising religion

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A Singapore court sentenced 17-year-old blogger Amos Yee to six weeks in jail on Thursday for "wounding religious feelings", his second prison term in a year, reigniting concerns about social controls and censorship in the conservative city-state.

Singapore 29 Sep 2016 | 3:33 AM

Singapore blogger Amos Yee gets six weeks' jail, fine for wounding religious feelings

SINGAPORE: Fifteen months after he was given a prison sentence for wounding religious feelings, Singaporean blogger Amos Yee on Thursday was again given a jail term for the same crime.