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Staff from Liat Towers lift a drain cover outside the building to check on the water level of the Stamford Canal during a downpour on Tuesday, July 29, 2014.&nbsp;Heavy rain battered Singapore on Tuesday afternoon, toppling trees and causing flash floods and accidents in many locations. -- ST PHOTO:&nbsp;STEFFI KOH<br />
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Singapore: Heavy rain causes flash floods in Singapore. 
India: 150 feared trapped in landslide in India village: rescue official.

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A collapsed roof is seen with damaged automobiles at a car workshop on Herman Street in Revere, Massachusetts, July 28, 2014.&nbsp;Officials and residents in the Boston-area city of Revere were picking up the pieces early on Tuesday after it was raked by a rare tornado that knocked out power and damaged homes and buildings. -- PHOTO: REUTERS<br />
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Japan: Heatwave in Japan kills 15, thousands hospitalised. 
Malaysia: Unhealthy air quality recorded in 9 areas in Malaysia. 
US: Rare tornado slams Boston area, knocks out power, damages homes. 

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Japan: Japan volcanic island smouldering and growing. 

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Philippines: Philippines evacuates coastal areas as typhoon aims for Manila. 

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Singapore: No haze yet? Thank favourable winds and recent rains. 
Japan: Typhoon Neoguri churns towards Japan; 500,000 urged to evacuate. Moderate 5.6 quake hits northern Japan. 
Mexico: Two people reported dead in Mexico after strong earthquake. 

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An artist's impression of the &nbsp;new Bedok Integrated Transport Hub. -- PHOTO: LAND TRANSPORT AUTHORITY<br />
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Indonesia: 6.0-magnitude quake strikes western Indonesia. 

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Singapore: Outsourced services ‘in high demand’ in Singapore. 

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Singapore: Integrated transport hub in Bedok to open in fourth quarter of 2014. Lower bus and train fares for 140,000 from today. 

 

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US: Weaker Hurricane Arthur heads north after grazing North Carolina. Weakened Hurricane Arthur takes aim at US resort areas of Nantucket, Cape Cod. 

 

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World: Up to 88 per cent of ocean surfaces sullied by plastic: Study.

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Singapore: Singapore to get even hotter and wetter.

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Singapore: June ‘unusually’ warm, say experts. Haze could return to Singapore, Malaysia after huge jump in forest fires in Riau.
Philippines: Philippines hit by quake of magnitude 5.6: USGS.

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