Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Thursday, May 24.
White House aides are preparing to travel here this weekend for a crucial meeting with North Korean officials to discuss the agenda and logistics for the June 12 summit.
The 30 bags of cash were seized along with a haul of 284 boxes filled with designer handbags and jewellery last week. Counting started on Monday and was only completed two days later.
Singapore's biggest low-cost carrier plans to launch more flights to new destinations and will raise the number of planes it has from 40 now to about 70 in 2022.
The courts are set to decide whether or not the two agencies can be held liable for the severe head injuries suffered by a motorcyclist who slammed into the carcass of a wild boar on a highway.
In the latest strain on US-China ties, China hit back at the decision - calling it "very non-constructive" and saying it was taken without due reflection.
New Malaysian Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng, who met 1MDB CEO Arul Kanda Kandasamy, lambasted the latter as being "utterly dishonest and untrustworthy".
These hotels include the Shangri-La Hotel and Marina Bay Sands - seen as the likeliest locations for the summit - as they prepare for a jump in visitors.
The video, which ends on a touching note, follows a McDonald's delivery rider who wakes up before dawn for his suhur - or pre-dawn meal - before embarking on his day of deliveries.
A total of four victims - including one who was arrested under the Liquor Control Act - were reportedly attacked by a group of people in different areas in Tanjong Pagar Road and Duxton Road.
The daughter of one of Russia's most famous spies, who survived an assassination attempt that British authorities blame on Russia, said she wants to return to her country despite the poisoning.