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Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on Nov 26

Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Thursday, Nov 26.

Surge in Hong Kong’s Covid-19 cases due to rules being eased too soon, says expert

Infections rebounded from mid-September to October, soon after measures were eased.

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Remains of elderly woman living alone found in flat more than a year after she was last seen

The woman lived at The Shore Residences, a condo on Amber Road near Katong Shopping Centre.

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Biden says Americans ‘won’t stand’ for attempt to derail election result

But Trump doubled down and called for the results to be overturned.

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Trump pardons former adviser Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty to lying in Russia probe

The pardon was the highest-profile one granted by Trump since he took office.

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Argentinian football legend Diego Maradona dies at 60

He had recently battled health issues and underwent emergency surgery several weeks ago.

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Covid-19 testing of Tekka Centre stallholders to be conducted on Thursday: MOH

The testing will be conducted near Little India MRT.

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Surge in demand globally for ultra-cold freezers ahead of Covid-19 vaccine roll-out

Much of the focus is on the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, which needs ultra-cold conditions for long-term storage.

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PUB lawyers: Woman’s active Carousell account disproves her claim of fearing strangers after manhole fall

Lawyers said Chan Hui Peng had met up with numerous buyers who left her positive reviews.

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Singapore imports frozen shrimps from Saudi Arabia for the first time

The shrimps sourced from the Red Sea are supplied to FairPrice and other restaurants and foodstall owners.

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Worth The Watch: Year-end shows to feast your eyes on

Expect a strong slate of Asian dramas, as well as the highly anticipated Bridgerton.

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