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SEA Games: Singapore and Thailand square off in women's water polo title match
The race for gold will be decided in the final round-robin game between the unbeaten duo, 2011 champions Singapore and Thailand.
SEA Games: Dominant Thailand set to face dark horses Myanmar in football finals
A repeat of the 1993 final will see kingpins Thailand attempt to deny Myanmar a first SEA Games gold since 1973.
WorldSkills team beginning training regime
Twenty-two young men and women are gearing up to represent Singapore at the WorldSkills Competition 2015 in Sao Paulo, Brazil in August. Hailing from ITEs and polytechnics, they will pit their vocational skills against more than 1,000 competitors from over 60 countries. They will start a three-day training camp at ITE College Central on Monday. - AMELIA TENG
Jeb Bush hits the campaign trail
Former Florida governor Jeb Bush will launch his campaign for United States president in Miami today, throwing his hat into a crowded field of Republican contenders for the party's nomination. Mr Bush faces the daunting task of distinguishing himself from his father and brother's presidencies and appealing to a party that has become more conservative since they were in office. He arrives in Miami with momentum from a week-long trip to Europe, where he met foreign leaders in Germany, Poland in Estonia. - JEREMY LEE
Parties in Yemen conflict to engage in talks
Yemen's warring factions will on Monday sit down to talks sponsored by the United Nations (UN) aimed at ending the country's conflict in their first bid to break a deadlock after more than two months of Saudi-led air strikes. Ahead of the talks being held in Geneva, the world body on Sunday appealed to both sides to participate "in good faith and without pre-conditions".
A Saudi-led military alliance has been carrying out air raids in Yemen for almost three months to try to restore exiled President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi and repel the Houthi rebels, whom the alliance regards as proxies for their regional archrival Iran. The talks brokered by UN envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed would be aimed at securing a ceasefire, agreeing on a withdrawal plan for the Houthis and stepping up deliveries of humanitarian aid. The Security Council this week heard a report from new UN aid chief Stephen O'Brien, who described Yemen's humanitarian crisis as "catastrophic," with 20 million civilians in need of aid - 80 per cent of the population.