Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Wednesday, June 26.
Hobbyists, commercial groups unlikely to be behind rogue drones that delayed Changi Airport flights
Drone enthusiasts and experts said local hobbyists and commercial groups are aware of the law and would not think of flying drones in a clear no-fly zone such as Changi Airport.
Arrests of 3 Singaporeans under ISA show radicalisation threat remains, say experts
They said that the ideologies of extremist groups still have appeal even though the groups have been defeated.
Trump threatens ‘obliteration’; Iran calls White House ‘mentally retarded’
"Any attack by Iran on anything American will be met with great and overwhelming force," said US President Donald Trump.
Malaysia accepts ruling on Pedra Branca, says Mahathir
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad cited the case to show that Asean states are able to cooperate despite disagreements.
Fatal Jurong fire: How SCDF officers braved 30m-high black smoke and flying cylinders
One person was killed and two others injured in the blaze at a Jalan Buroh liquefied petroleum gas facility.
How ICA officers spot fake passports: It takes an eye for detail
ICA said that it would be easier for syndicates to tamper with security features on a passport's biodata page rather than reproducing the whole genuine document.
Deepfake videos are a problem that has to be seen to be believed, experts warn
Experts also called for greater awareness as the technology used to create fake videos is becoming more easily available. It can cost just $10 to create one in four hours.
Firms can pay for expat kids to get spot in popular international schools
For instance, a confirmed place at Tanglin Trust School costs $176,550 while it costs $90,950 to bump up a nominee on a waiting list.
Be careful what you wish for: Hong Kong's next leader could be worse than Carrie Lam
Some pro-democracy supporters are pressing for a leader to be chosen by Hong Kongers but the current system works for Beijing, says ST Hong Kong correspondent Claire Huang.
Blind masseuse, 70, cooks with help of her 'talking kitchen'
More special needs people like masseuse Rosie Wong are using assistive technologies to live more independently.