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SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The Progress Singapore Party (PSP) is "categorically against racism and does not stoke or incite racism to gain political mileage and advantage", its top leadership said on Wednesday (May 12).
Groups have been capitalising on Singaporeans' anxiety over jobs to fan the flames of xenophobia and racism, and such racist behaviour will become normalised if Singapore is not careful, said Law and Home Affairs Minister K. Shanmugam.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Monday (May 10)
Singapore endorsed a former ruling party chairman to oversee the media business of a restructured Singapore Press Holdings Ltd., as a senior minister defended the independence of the city-state’s news outlets.
AN elderly man who spent years in a welfare home in Bidor, Perak, has been taken in by a local family in a touching act, Makkal Osai reported.
Wuhan party chief on track to become Hubei governor after winning plaudits for handling of Covid-19 outbreak
Wang Zhonglin caused controversy for saying the city should be grateful to Xi Jinping and the party for coronavirus response but his performance pleased BeijingWang and Hubei party boss Ying Yong, who is also tipped for promotion, were brought in amid a purge of provincial leaders at the height of the pandemic
JOHOR BARU: A former state DAP chairman has denied allegations that he has teamed up with his former foe to topple the party's incumbent state party chief Liew Chin Tong.
Recent meeting of senior Chinese and Vietnamese officials suggests Hanoi has ‘picked a side and is leaning closer to its neighbour’, academic saysBut others say Vietnam cannot afford to sacrifice its core interests in the South China Sea just to placate Beijing
HAVANA (Reuters) - The new leader of Cuba's ruling Communist Party may be the first born after its 1959 revolution but he is also a loyalist who is not expected to make significant changes to its one-party system and has moved only tentatively on market-style economic reforms.
HAVANA (Reuters) -Cuba turned the page on the Castro era on Monday with the ruling Communist Party electing President Miguel Diaz-Canel to replace Raul Castro as party chief although he said he would continue to consult his predecessor on strategic decisions.