Two South Korean have been arrested for allegedly trespassing into the home of the North Korean ambassador here, just days before a high-stakes summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Two other South Koreans, a 31-year-old working for KBS News and a 29-year-old guide and interpreter for the group, are under investigation.
The arrests come amid a high level of security arrangements being carried out in and around the summit venues. Sentosa and the Southern Islands have been designated as special event areas, with the police empowered to carry out extensive searches within the zones of the areas.
Members of the media who commit any offence in Singapore will also not be accredited and thus will not be able to cover the summit between Trump and Kim, said the post.
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