Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Wednesday, May 23.
The US President, speaking to reporters at a meeting with his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae In, said while the summit - set for June 12 - is on track, it may take place later than planned.
Mrs Sionnan Lawrence, the wife of Australian Benjamin Paul Lawrence who was killed in a horrific cycling accident in 2014, shedded light on her loss: "No one has ever been the same since."
The new finance minister said the previous government had paid RM6.98 billion (S$2.4 billion) of debt accumulated by controversial state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
Post-election activity on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange tells a depressingly familiar story: Companies are continuing to be rewarded or punished because of their political connections.
It is understood that applications for the next batch of Nominated MPs will open in about two weeks, in the first week of June.
The sporting goods retailer's store in Stadium Boulevard will be about 5,000 sq m in size and is expected to open its doors in January next year.
Diagnosed with leukaemia when she was four, Yap Qian Yin's life was upended for good when she suffered a spinal cord inflammation while undergoing cancer treatment. But the 27-year-old found the will to go on.
The 34-year-old man molested his 55-year-old victim - who had difficulty moving or speaking and had to use adult diapers - in November 2016.
"Whether it's fake news, foreign interference in elections or developers misusing people's information, we didn't take a broad enough view of our responsibilities," said the Facebook founder.
Now officially the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after a spectacular wedding, the couple attended a party at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the 70th birthday of Harry's father, Prince Charles.