WSJ Blog, 11 Mar 2014
SINGAPORE—At a busy border post on the Singaporean end of a causeway linking the island to Malaysia, immigration officials have learned that lightning can strike twice.
Less than two months after a Malaysian motorist breached security at Singapore’s Woodlands immigration checkpoint, another Malaysian driver blitzed past the same border crossing over the weekend.
The latest incident has stung immigration officials, who came under scrutiny for the second time this year for what government leaders and citizens are calling “inadequate” security measures and even complacency. Full story
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