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Singapore has one of the lowest mortality rates for newborns: UN report

Singapore has one of the lowest mortality rates for newborns in the world, said a Unicef report released yesterday.

Japan leads the list with one in 1,111 at risk of dying, followed by Iceland (a one in 1,000 chance of death), Singapore (one in 909), Finland (one in 833), Estonia and Slovenia (both one in 769), Cyprus (one in 714) and Belarus, Luxembourg, Norway and South Korea (all with risks of one in 667).

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