The Straits Times' News In A Minute: May 6, 2015

Teenage blogger Amos Yee will remain in remand after he refused the prosecution's offer to change his bail conditions if he agreed to see a psychiatrist. It was revealed in court that he had seen a psychiatrist twice last month but had stopped going.
Teenage blogger Amos Yee will remain in remand after he refused the prosecution's offer to change his bail conditions if he agreed to see a psychiatrist. It was revealed in court that he had seen a psychiatrist twice last month but had stopped going.

In today's Straits Times News In A Minute, we look at:

* Teenage blogger Amos Yee will remain in remand after he refused the prosecution's offer to change his bail conditions if he agreed to see a psychiatrist. It was revealed in court that he had seen a psychiatrist twice last month but had stopped going.

* Mr Yaacob Mohamed Yatim, 55, has been charged with murder. He allegedly stabbed 48-year-old Abdul Rashid Mohd Nenggal at a coffee shop in Geylang on Sunday at about 9pm. Mr Rashid died in hospital an hour later.

* The Singapore Customs seized some 700 counterfeit women's bags and wallets imported from China after an inspection at Tanjong Pagar Distripark.