MON: PUBLIC SERVANTS BATTLING CORONAVIRUS GETTING BONUS
The government is rewarding public servants who have risked their lives fighting COVID-19 with a one-month bonus. In addition, political office holders will take pay cuts to ‘show solidarity’ with Singaporeans.
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Find out more at CNA
TUES: IRANIAN CLERIC SAYS APPLYING ESSENTIAL OIL TO BUTTHOLE CURES CORONAVIRUS
Iranian cleric Ayatollah Tabrizian claims pre-bedtime rectal administration of violet leaf oil as a novel new cure to coronavirus with miraculous properties, whilst slamming western medication as “un-Islamic”.
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Read more about this ludicrous claim at The New Arab
WED: GERMANS ONE STEP CLOSER TO THE RIGHT TO DIE
Germany’s top court has ruled that a paragraph prohibiting assistant suicide is unconstitutional. The move opens the door for legislation which will allow doctors to give patients lethal drugs.
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Read more about the implications of the ruling at DW.
FRI: DOOMSDAY CHURCH AT THE HEART OF SOUTH KOREAN OUTBREAK RECRUITING IN SINGAPORE
“I don’t want to go into too much detail, but our view is that there have been some actions which have crossed the line of possible criminality, but those are being investigated,” said Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam.(
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Read more about MHA’s investigation at Today Online.
FRI: TRAGIC LEAK FOR ONLYFANS CONTENT CREATORS
OnlyFans – a subscription site popular among influencers, sex workers, and pornographic actors – suffered terabytes of content leak. This means that content creators are no longer able to profit from their work.(
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Read more at The Next Web.
FRI: SHARES FACE WORST WEEK SINCE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS
The rapid spread of the Covid-19 virus has triggered the biggest plunge in global stock markets since the financial crisis, wiping out a recording breaking amount of more than $5tn (£3.9tn) from the value of the global markets in just the past week.
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Read more at The Guardian
SAT: ANOTHER RIOT IN SINGAPORE
A group of 13 men aged between 17 and 28 were arrested and set to be charged on 29 February after using a knife and knuckle duster in a riot. They were all identified within 28 hours by officers from the Criminal Investigation Department and Jurong Police Division.
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Read more about the riot on CNA
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