- • Family of American held in North Korea says worried by health reports
- • Singapore shares open 0.73% lower on Friday
- • China lifts air control measures caused by military drills
- • DBS Q2 net profit rises 9%, first-half earnings cross $2b for first time
- • US aid worker infected with Ebola to be moved back to US
- • US government seeking to test Ebola vaccine on humans: Reports
- • Israel, Hamas accept 72-hour truce to begin early Friday
- • Malaysian buses stage "strike" at Johor Checkpoint, says report
- • Malaria drug may help ease asthma, Singapore researchers find
- • Anonymous grouses against employers hard to probe: MOM
- • Arts and sports have pride of place in SIM's $300m expansion
- • 12 years' jail for revenge killing of ex-inmate
- • 100 Hot Bods: ST e-book has a four-week exercise plan for beginners to get fit
- • Lorde tasked with Hunger Games soundtrack
- • Rescuers battle rain in search for India landslide victims
- • Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Tracing a perilous route to crash site
- • Commonwealth Games: Singapore guaranteed two table tennis medals
- • Football: Arsenal defender Jenkinson loaned to West Ham
- • US stocks tumble 2% in broad sell-off, Dow drops more than 300 points
- • Government requests for Twitter information climb
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