World leaders eye new direction in tackling nuclear terror

35 nations pledge to turn international guidelines into national laws

MANY of the 53 countries involved in the Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) - organised every two years since 2010 - feel it's time to set a new direction for how the world should meet to discuss the threat of nuclear terrorism.

Speaking to the Singapore media in The Hague after attending the two-day summit, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said that the participating nations would like the work to continue, but it was necessary to also consider what would be the most appropriate way in which the leaders...

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