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1. Philippines: Philippine President Aquino replaced Defence Minister Juan Ponce Enrile.
2. Singapore: The People's Action Party (PAP) began its Biennial Conference.
3. Singapore: The People's Action Party Community Foundation (PCF) has a new logo.
4. India: India has a new proposal to break the deadlock in peace talks between the Sri Lankan government and Tamil separatists.
5. Australia: A car bomb exploded outside the Turkish Embassy in Melbourne, Australia.
6. China: Former Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot arrived in China.
7. Bulgaria: Customs officers seized a large amount of heroin at the country's border with Turkey.
8. Singapore: The container ship which sank at the Port of Singapore Authority (PSA) wharves in Tanjong Pagar has been salvaged.
9. Singapore: Police uncovered an illegal betting information centre.
10. Singapore: A step-by-step guide by telephone on how to revive people in an emergency is to be set up.
11. Singapore: The 8th Senior Citizens' Week was opened by President Wee Kim Wee.
12. Singapore: Chairman of the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board, Lim Chin Beng, said the hotel industry should gradually improve from next year.
13. Singapore: Law Minister E.W. Baker launched the Christmas Light-Up in Orchard Road.
14. Singapore: A feature on a young English artist who holds workshops to introduce her art.
15. Japan: A feature on a six-month-old panda at the Tokyo Zoo.
16. Soviet Union: The Chinese circus is performing in Moscow.
17. Sports: Britain's Mark Wilson won the first Inshore Powerboat Grand Prix.
18. Sports: A feature on a water sport called "Octopush".