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July 17, 1988
Singapore released a lawyer and critic of the government who was detained in May after he met with a U.S. diplomat. The Home Affairs Ministry said Francis Seow, a former solicitor general and former president of Singapore's Law Society, was freed on condition that he not leave Singapore or associate with foreign diplomats. Seow was detained May 6 after he met with U.S. diplomats, including E. Mason Hendrickson, of the U.S. Embassy's political section.
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January 8, 2002 | From Associated Press
Suspected Al Qaeda terrorists armed with bomb-making instructions planned to attack the U.S. Embassy and American businesses in Singapore, the island's government said Monday. The 15 suspects--some of them members of Singapore's military--were detained last month after authorities found bomb information along with photographs and videotapes of targeted buildings in the suspects' homes and offices. "The U.S. Embassy and U.S.
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January 8, 2002 | From Associated Press
Suspected Al Qaeda terrorists armed with bomb-making instructions planned to attack the U.S. Embassy and American businesses in Singapore, the island's government said Monday. The 15 suspects--some of them members of Singapore's military--were detained last month after authorities found bomb information along with photographs and videotapes of targeted buildings in the suspects' homes and offices. "The U.S. Embassy and U.S.
NEWS
July 17, 1988
Singapore released a lawyer and critic of the government who was detained in May after he met with a U.S. diplomat. The Home Affairs Ministry said Francis Seow, a former solicitor general and former president of Singapore's Law Society, was freed on condition that he not leave Singapore or associate with foreign diplomats. Seow was detained May 6 after he met with U.S. diplomats, including E. Mason Hendrickson, of the U.S. Embassy's political section.
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