Nanyang Junior College says students who put up post which seemed to support terror act counselled

A Google maps image of the entrance of Nanyang Junior College. NYJC principal Low Chun Meng told The Straits Times that the school was aware of the Instagram account. PHOTO: GOOGLE MAPS
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SINGAPORE - A post advocating an act of terror, which appeared last week on an Instagram page set up by several Nanyang Junior College students, has come under police scrutiny.

On Thursday evening (Sept 20), the page administrators posted an apology, admitting they had "crossed the line" and had not intended to promote terrorism is Singapore.

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