Singapore PM’s siblings offer truce in family feud

The siblings of Singapore’s prime minister offered a truce on Thursday in an explosive family feud over the legacy of their late father, founding leader Lee Kuan Yew, saying they wanted to settle the matter privately.
The tightly-controlled city-state has been captivated by the row over the future of the family bungalow, which has played out in a bitter back and forth across social media since it erupted last month.
“For now, we will cease presenting further evidence on social media…