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Another Malaysian to be Hanged in Singapore Wins Reprieve
April 29, 2022

Another Malaysian to be Hanged in Singapore Wins Reprieve

By Associated Press
The reprieve came a day after the execution of another Malaysian man in a high-profile death row case.

Singapore Executes Malaysian Man in High-Profile Death Row Case
April 27, 2022

Singapore Executes Malaysian Man in High-Profile Death Row Case

By Sebastian Strangio
A Singaporean court rejected a raft of appeals claiming that Nagaenthran K. Dharmalingam had an intellectual disability and was coerced into carrying drugs.
Singapore Executes Convicted Drug Trafficker After Two Year COVID-19 Hiatus
March 31, 2022

Singapore Executes Convicted Drug Trafficker After Two Year COVID-19 Hiatus

By Sebastian Strangio
The hanging of Abdul Kahar Othman has raised activists' concerns of an impending “surge in execution notices.”

Singapore Rebukes US Embassy Over LGBT Rights Event
May 21, 2021

Singapore Rebukes US Embassy Over LGBT Rights Event

By Sebastian Strangio
The statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs carried echoes of the "Asian values" debate of the 1990s.

Singaporean Earns Temporary Reprieve in Capital Drug Case
September 17, 2020

Singaporean Earns Temporary Reprieve in Capital Drug Case

By Sebastian Strangio
But for those opposing the death penalty in Singapore, the decision marks just one tiny step toward abolition.

The Singapore Model: Advocacy in an Authoritarian State
February 06, 2020

The Singapore Model: Advocacy in an Authoritarian State

By Low Minmin
Singapore has a class of activists who have found ways to advocate within boundaries and avoid punishments.

New Singapore Law Slammed as Attack on Free Speech
August 10, 2016

New Singapore Law Slammed as Attack on Free Speech

By Mong Palatino
Critics say a proposed bill is yet another assault on freedom.
Southeast Asia's Unlikely Young Dissidents
July 10, 2015

Southeast Asia's Unlikely Young Dissidents

By Mong Palatino
A look at some of the faces in the region's new generation of change seekers.

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