SINGAPORE (Nov 9): Singapore Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam today called out some Malaysian media outlets for their failure to conduct “basic checks” on an article that sought to damage Singapore’s and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s reputation, TODAY reported. While he did not name the media outlets involved, the Minister was reportedly said that when allegations “appear in mainstream media, you would expect them to check the facts before publishing”. “Basic checks would have shown the allegations to be false,” he was quoted as saying.

Police to take action against all involved in fake news article:

SINGAPORE - The allegations made in an online article against Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and the Government in relation to the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal are "absurd", Law and Home Affairs Minister K. Shanmugam has said.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Police to take action against all involved in fake news article relating to 1MDB: Shanmugam, Banking & Finance - THE BUSINESS TIMES

: THE BUSINESS TIMES Government & Economy - SINGAPORE'S Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam on Friday said the allegations made in an online article against Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and the government were "absurd", and that the police will take action against all involved.. Read more at The Business Times.

1MDB exposer believes ‘secret deals’ were carried out in Singapore to hide Najib Razak’s alleged loot

More details on Singapore's role to be revealed, she says. The post 1MDB exposer believes ‘secret deals’ were carried out in Singapore to hide Najib Razak’s alleged loot appeared first on Coconuts.

Stolen 1MDB funds stashed in Singapore, Hong Kong, says editor

LARGE sums of money syphoned from the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) state investment fund could still be hidden in Hong Kong and Singapore, the British journalist instrumental in exposing the multi-billion dollar scandal said.

KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 9): The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said today it has filed a report with the Singapore Police Force against the author of an article published on www.statestimesreview.com on Monday (Nov 5) for making statements that were false and malicious in relation to MAS' role in the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) probe.

Monetary Authority of Singapore files police report against States Times Review author | Malay Mail

SINGAPORE, Nov 9 — The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has filed a police report against the author of an online article on alternative news site States Times Review for making false and malicious statements that “impugned the integrity” of the financial regulator. In a press release...

Business Insider - The article alleged that Malaysia had signed several unfair agreements with Singapore,. Read more at businessinsider.my

Singapore central bank files police report on 1MDB article - Nation | The Star Online Singapore central bank files police report on 1MDB article

SINGAPORE (Bernama): The Monetary Authority of Singapore has filed a report with the Singapore Police Force against the author of an article published on www.statestimesreview.com on Nov 5, 2018, which made statements claimed to be false and malicious, and impugned the integrity of the central bank as a financial regulator.

Singapore central bank files police report on 1MDB-related article

It says the article, titled 'Lee Hsien Loong becomes 1MDB’s key investigation target', is baseless and defamatory.