Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Monday, June 11.
Donald Trump, Kim Jong Un touch down in Singapore for historic summit
The two leaders will sit down for the world's most keenly watched political meeting this year, setting in motion a series of events that could have lasting global ramifications.
Trump-Kim summit: Vanity or victory in Singapore?
Will Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un strut for a historic moment, or seal a major deal that reshapes the region?
Trump-Kim summit will cost about $20m to host - a cost Singapore willing to pay for regional stability: PM Lee
PM Lee said this is Singapore's contribution to an international endeavour that will be conducive to the security and stability of the region.
Trump-Kim summit: Excited crowds line the streets to witness history
Crowds gathered at key points to photograph the two leaders' passing motorcades as they arrived in Singapore and were whisked away to their hotels.
Trump-Kim summit: Exceptional event for exceptional time
Some summits have reshaped world history while others have turned out failures. Which way the Trump-Kim summit may turn is anyone's guess, writes ST's Jonathan Eyal.
Malaysia's government set to shake up top ranks of police: Sources
Several chiefs in Malaysia's police force are expected to be removed next month, including the Inspector-General of Police, as the new government seeks to "cleanse" the organisation.
US-Canada trade row escalates as Europeans criticise Trump’s G-7 move
A day after the US President called him "very dishonest and weak", top White House advisers also lashed out at Canadian PM Justin Trudeau.
As deadline nears, bike-share firms yet to seek licence
The licensing regime, announced in March, will regulate the population of each operator's rental bikes, and spells out standards they must adhere to.
Private-hire drivers push on despite test woes
As of end-May, some 23,900 of the 56,300 private-hire drivers now on the roads have yet to undergo training or pass the Private Hire Car Driver's Vocational Licence (PDVL) test.
Tennis: Rafael Nadal storms to 11th French Open title despite late injury scare
The Spanish world No. 1 demolished Austrian Dominic Thiem 6-4, 6-3, 6-2 to claim his 17th Grand Slam titles, just three behind rival Roger Federer.