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Caught in geog is a site which serves as a database for Singapore A level geog students. There are many resources for you to digest, so do take your time. :)

The ‘About‘ tab gives a brief description of the site creator’s profile and the rationale of creating this site.
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Jan 17 2015
Singapore: Record-breaking 2014 was hottest in modern history: US.

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Jan 8 2015
Malaysia: Third wave of rain to hit Malaysia’s east coast; wet weather till Saturday.

Jan 12 2015
China: Fewer Chinese than expected want a second child: State media.

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Jan 1 2015
Philippines: Tropical storm leaves 54 dead, 13 missing as it exits the Philippines.

Jan 3 2015
Singapore: Sentosa condos’ unwanted bicycles given new lease of life in youth cycling club.
Abu Dhabi: Fog causes severe disruption at Abu Dhabi airport.
US: Idaho earthquake damages property, causes power outages.

Jan 6 2015
New Zealand: Strong 5.6 magnitude quake hits New Zealand’s South Island.
Malaysia: ‘Disaster tourists’ throng flood devastated areas in Malaysia.
US: Extreme cold grips Canada, parts of United States.

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Indonesia: Aceh rises rapidly from the ruins, 10 years after ravages of tsunami.

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Indonesia: Indonesia closes domestic airport on Ternate island after volcano erupts.

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Indonesia: Time for Indonesia to re-look energy sources.

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Japan: Heavy snow kills three, disrupts travel in Japan.
Australia: Four homes razed as Australian crews battle bushfires.
Africa: Ebola toll nears 7,000; rate of spread slows in Sierra Leone – WHO.

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World: Global population living six years longer than in 1990: Study.

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World: WHO lowers Ebola toll by nearly 1,000 after Liberia’s counting error.

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Sri Lanka: 3 dead, 200 missing in Sri Lanka mudslide after heavy rains: Official. Over 100 believed to have died in Sri Lanka landslide: Minister.
US: Hawaii lava crosses residential property, threatens more homes.

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Liberia: New Ebola cases slowing in Liberia, but too soon to celebrate: WHO. Ebola appears to be slowing in Liberia, but risk of flare up remains: WHO.

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The Singapore River and its surroundings as seen before the diversion works began, in November 2012 and this year (above). The process involved demolishing parts of the old river embankment while building a series of dams, hardening the soil for tunnelling, and excavating a new canal 40m wide, 100m long and 7m deep. -- PHOTO: LAND TRANSPORT AUTHORITY<br />

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Singapore: Dynamic future in power generation.

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Singapore: Downtown Line 3 taking shape as Singapore River diversion comes to completion.

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Singapore: More rain and less haze for Singapore in weeks ahead. Phenomenon that seemed like a waterspout spotted in Clementi.
Australia: Government plan won’t save¬†Great Barrier Reef: Australia scientists.

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