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Middle East · Iraq
Iraq wedding fire leaves 100 dead, more than 150 injured
At least 100 people have been killed and more than 150 wounded in a fire at a wedding celebration in the district of Hamdaniya in Iraq's Nineveh province, local media and Iraqi officials said. See the Story
42% Center coverage: 174 sources
Xi Jinping · China
China's Xi Seriously Considering South Korea Visit, News Agency Reports
China's President Xi Jinping on Saturday said he will seriously consider visiting South Korea, Yonhap news agency reported, as part of efforts to support peace and security on the Korean Peninsula.See the Story
43% Center coverage: 14 sources
Floods · Victoria
Australia state swings from bush fires to flash flooding in 24 hours
Less than 24 hours since residents in parts of Australia's Victoria state fled bush fires, state authorities are now warning of flooding as heavy rain douses flames and lifts rivers in the southeastern state. See the Story
50% Right coverage: 12 sources
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Singapore, Singapore · Singapore
Woman, 22, gets jail for falsely reporting rape to police after quarrel with boyfriend
SINGAPORE — Upset over a quarrel she had with her boyfriend, Zhang Lutian called the police late in the night, claiming that she was injured and he was preventing her from leaving.See the Story
TODAY responds to National Arts Council statement on article about LGBTQ-themed arts performance
The National Arts Council (NAC) claims in a statement that an article by TODAY misreports comments by its chief executive officer, Mr Low Eng Teong. The statement also claims that his responses were taken out of context and as a result, the article is misleading. Several hours after publication, NAC asked for the headline to be changed so as not to angle on Mr Low.See the Story
Milan introduces bus and lorry sensors to reduce cyclist accidents
Milan is forcing buses and lorries to install blind spot sensors in a bid to reduce road casualties. The Italian metropolis is also tightening the rules of its congestion charge system. A 14-year-old boy was killed by a tram while cycling to school in November, and this year at least five more cyclists died.See the Story
Aircraft · Hong Kong
Cathay Pacific buys 32 Airbus A321-200neo aircraft for $4.66 billion
Cathay Pacific Airways said on Friday it had purchased 32 Airbus A321-200neo aircraft from Airbus for a basic price of $4.66 billion. The deal follows an agreement between an Airbus unit and the aircraft acquisition facilitators of Hong Kong's flagship carrier in September 2017. Cathay expects the aircraft to be delivered by the end of 2029.See the Story
50% Right coverage: 4 sources
Analysis: Higher than projected revenues gave Govt financial muscle to provide additional help for living costs
SINGAPORE — While rising costs of living prompted the provision of additional help to Singaporeans, higher than projected revenues have given the Government the financial muscle to do this early, without having to wait until next year's Budget, analysts have said.See the Story
Mobile Phones · Singapore
DBS, UOB become latest banks to restrict access if unverified apps are found on customers' phones
Local banks DBS and UOB are rolling out new anti-scam security measures. This includes restricting customers from accessing the banks' digital services on their mobile phones if apps from unverified app stores are detected. They are the latest banks in Singapore to do so after OCBC and Citibank.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Singapore, Singapore · Singapore
Police inspector gets S$10,000 fine for molesting female colleague during 1-on-1 mandatory training session
Abdul Gaffor Jainul Hussain, 48, was given a S$10,000 fine by the court on Monday. He pleaded guilty to two charges of using criminal force with the intent to outrage a person's modesty. Two other similar charges were taken into consideration during sentencing. The female victim cannot be named due to a court order to protect her identity.See the Story
Asia · Singapore
Man and two teenagers arrested for allegedly rioting while armed with knife, microphone
Two men, aged 29 and 43, were found injured when police officers arrived. The karambit knife and microphone were later recovered and seized by the police. The 25-year-old man and one of the teenagers will be charged on Tuesday with rioting while armed with a deadly weapon.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources