MORNING MINUTES: What will make headlines today, March 10, 2015

Good morning! Morning Minutes is a round-up of stories that will break today and which we think you'd be interested in. It appears on weekdays, available by 7am.

Malaysia's Auditor-General to reveal details of review into 1MDB

Malaysia's Auditor-General will hold a press conference at noon, where he is expected to reveal details of a review into debt-riddled 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). The state investment agency, whose chief advisor is Prime Minister Najib Razak, has been the target of mounting allegations of questionable transfer of funds. - SHANNON TEOH

Britain to propose new airline laws in bid to stop would-be terrorists

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Britain will propose new laws on Tuesday that would require airlines to seek permission to carry passengers who may be intending to travel to join militant fighters in Syria. These "high-risk" travellers, including minors, will be flagged by an automatic system so the Home Office can stop them from boarding planes. The new laws are part of an effort by Britain to stop would-be terrorists from joining militant groups and returning to the country to commit terror acts, and comes after it was revealed that three British schoolgirls had left Britain to join the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria via a commercial flight to Turkey. - JEREMY LEE

France to decide on "deep sleep" Bill for dying patients

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France's lawmakers are set to debate a Bill that allows dying patients to be placed under general anaesthetic until they die, effectively letting them choose the time of their demise, as such a deep sleep cannot be reversed. The law would give those on the brink of death the power to stop their treatment and go under, but critics say it amounts to euthanasia. Supporters of the Bill, though, say that as the time of actual death cannot be determined, it is different from assisted suicide. - JEREMY LEE

Developer to reveal plans for North Park Residences project

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The developer of North Park Residences will be unveiling plans today on its residential project in Yishun. Occupying a 31,000-square-metre site, North Park Residences will comprise 920 units across 12 blocks of 10-storeys each. It is part of Northpoint City, the latest integrated development by Frasers Centrepoint. Northpoint City integrates residential, retail, an air-conditioned bus interchange and the first community club within a mall, all of which will be linked to Yishun MRT Station via a shopping underpass. - RENNIE WHANG

Prudential to release full-year results

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Insurer Prudential, which is listed in Britain and has a secondary listing on the Singapore Exchange, is releasing its full-year results today. Its Singapore business is one of its largest in Asia for the Group and has been performing well. - MOK FEI FEI

Ex-Dortmund striker Riedle shares his thoughts on former club's woes

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Having led German club Borussia Dortmund to Champions League success in 1997, former striker Karl-Heinz Riedle shares his thoughts on the team’s current struggles as well as the rejuvenation of another of his former clubs, Liverpool. - SANJAY NAIR

Cricket: Ireland preparing for tough fight against India

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Ireland do not expect an easy ride from India in their penultimate World Cup Pool B clash on Tuesday, even though the world champions have already qualified for the quarter-finals with four wins out of four. - CHIA HAN KEONG