Daily Archives: 2015-10-08

Little boy wants to be Elsa for Halloween, his dad lets it go

A father from Virginia, USA has shot to Internet fame after posting a photo of his toddler dressed up as Elsa, the ever-popular ice queen from Disney film Frozen. Paul Henson said he was shopping with his son Caiden for a Halloween costume when his son decided that he wanted to be Elsa, with his father dressed up as Anna, Elsa’s younger sister …

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UN rights experts warn death penalty for drug crimes violates int’l law

World Day Against the Death Penalty on 10th October GENEVA (7 October 2015) – “Executions for drug crimes amount to a violation of international law and are unlawful killings,” the United Nations Special Rapporteurs on summary executions, Christof Heyns, and on torture, Juan E. Méndez, today reminded governments. It is estimated that drug-related sentences could account for around 1,000 executions …

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S’porean fighter doesn’t feel need to carry national flag in competition

By Hazwady Nazran Nazri Sutari is no stranger to the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) community in Singapore. The lightweight amateur MMA fighter is only one of a few Singaporeans who have displayed tremendous knockout power. On 10 October, Nazri will face Malaysian knockout artist Hui Keng Fai, continuing the deep historic causeway rivalry between the two countries. Just like any other …

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Video: A different perspective of GE2015

Ms Zoe Fan created a video of the recent general elections and hopes that it will encourage Singaporeans to view the elections in a different way, particularly those who stepped up and gave Singaporeans a choice. Ms Fan told The Online Citizen, “The film pretty much summarises my most personal thoughts about the GE, and if there is anything I …

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