Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Friday, Mar 2.
Donald Trump announces big tariffs on metal imports, experts fear a trade war
The US President said the duties of 25 per cent on steel and 10 per cent on aluminum would be formally announced next week.
US stocks tumble on trade war fears, Dow loses 1.7 per cent
Wall Street stocks fell sharply on Thursday after US President Donald Trump said he will enact steep tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
Parliament: Singapore's total population likely to be 'significantly below' 6.9 million by 2030
Singapore is not expected to change its immigration policy, said Mrs Josephine Teo, who is in charge of population matters in the Prime Minister's Office.
Parliament: Shanmugam calls Sylvia Lim dishonest, Lim says she is entitled to make GST trial balloon comment
In a testy exchange, Law and Home Affairs Minister K. Shanmugam and Workers' Party chairman Sylvia Lim crossed swords in Parliament.
NTU scientists print human skin that matches natural pigment
They are the first in the world to be able to match the colours found naturally on the human body - a breakthrough that has the potential to change science and medicine.
Parliament: US President Donald Trump has accepted invitation to visit Singapore later this year, says Vivian Balakrishnan
He did not give more details of the visit, but in recent years US presidents have attended the East Asia Summit held at the end of every year.
Pentagon 'fully prepared' after Russia's Vladimir Putin boasts of hypersonic missiles
In his state of the nation address, the Russian President boasted of a weapon that can fly at many times the speed of sound and evade existing missile defence systems.
Siberian blizzards blast Europe, stalling transport networks
Europe, including Britain and Ireland, experienced the worst weather since 1991, with motorists trapped, schools closed, planes grounded and trains halted.
Engage children while reading to them: Experts
Tips to help improve their literacy include keeping reading fun with pop-up books, getting them to draw out the letters and shapes they see and even singing out rhymes.
Football: Man City closer to title after 3-0 dismantling of woeful Arsenal
The league leaders tore Arsenal apart for the second time in four days to restore their 16-point lead at the top.