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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong apologised to Singaporeans on Monday for a bitter family feud over his late father's legacy, saying it had damaged the country's reputation. Lee and two younger children of revered founding leader Lee Kuan Yew have been attacking each other on Facebook and international media for days as a dispute over the patriarch's estate became public, a spectacle that has shocked Singaporeans. "I deeply regret that this dispute has affected Singapore’s reputation and Singaporeans’ confidence in the government," Lee said in a statement he read in a pre-taped video aired by national broadcaster Mediacorp.
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