As city-state prepares for Trump summit, Australian comedian says he was detained

An Australian comedian known for impersonating the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, said he was detained by Singapore’s authorities on Friday and questioned about his political views.

Singapore’s immigration and checkpoints authority and the Singapore police did not immediately comment. The incident came days before the city-state hosts high-stakes talks between Kim and the US president, Donald Trump.

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