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At the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore, US Acting Secretary of Defence says China must stop eroding neighbours’ sovereignty . IMAGES

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Japanese warship docks in Singapore fo IMDEX 2019

The JS Izumo, a helicopter destroyer and one of the Japanese navy’s largest ships, has docked in Singapore as part of IMDEX Asia 2019, a maritime and defence exhibition being hosted in the city state. The exhibition, which runs until the 15 May, will see 23 other ships from navies around the world showcasing their capabilities.

Manta rays perform in the Singapore aquarium

Visitors to a Singapore aquarium can now witness first-hand the intelligence of reef manta rays – the aquarium’s largest and most iconic species – and their close bonds with aquarists (divers). After a few years of conditioning sessions, aquarists can now get up close and even syringe-feed the manta rays underwater – a feat in terms of animal care in the aquarium world.

Trump, Kim hold talks in Hanoi

US President Donald Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un kicking off their second summit in Hanoi on Wednesday.

The second Trump-Kim summit follows last year’s round of talks in Singapore.

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Trump-Kim summit: Historic accord or repeat of Singapore?

Could the United States and North Korea reach a historic accord — or could it all fall to pieces?As President Donald Trump prepares for a historic second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, there are many possible outcomes.

Stakes higher heading into 2nd US-NKorea summit

The rollercoaster of US-North Korea relations continues when President Donald Trump meets for a second time with Kim Jong Un. With little concrete to show for the Singapore summit, the pressure is on for more measurable results from Hanoi. (Feb. 25)

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