National TV airs video of Lee saying sorry for unprecedented dispute, which he said had damaged country’s reputation

Singapore’s prime minister has apologised for a bitter family feud over his late father’s legacy, saying it had damaged the country’s reputation.

Lee Hsien Loong and two younger children of the city-state’s revered founding leader, Lee Kuan Yew, have been attacking each other on Facebook and international media for days as a dispute over the future of the family home became public in a spectacle that has shocked Singaporeans.

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