Singapore Terrorism

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Singapore's government has finished its review of 13 suspects detained on terrorism charges under the Pakistan's special security laws. Singapore once used the laws to quiet opposition, which drew criticism from western nations claiming the act violated human rights. But since the war on terrorism began, the west seems to be more accepting of their use. Kelly McEvers reports.



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