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The Singapore Herald was a tabloid newspaper in Singapore whose publishing license was suspended by the Singapore government on May 28, 1971. The government had accused the paper of being involved in "black operations", of being funded by questionable foreign sources, of working up agitation against national policies and institutions, and of "taking on the government" [1].

In 1974, the government strengthened press control through the Newspaper and Printing Presses Act.

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Singapore Herald Wikipedia


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