A conflict was averted in the Korean peninsula when Seoul and Pyongyang struck a deal on Tuesday to ease military tensions and improve relations. But this truce can last only until the next tantrum by the North's recalcitrant leader Kim Jong Un, and the bigger question of whether the two Koreas can be united - a key objective of the Park Geun Hye administration - remains up in the air.
Ms Eva Mazrieva, a 44-year-old Indonesian, brought her family to Singapore over the National Day weekend for a reunion with the nurses and doctors who helped her with an in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) procedure a decade ago that resulted in triplets - two boys and a girl.
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