Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. As the biological father, the Singaporean was allowed to bring the child back here to live with him. Minister receives cheeky Valentine Analysis: By science reporter Belinda Smith for The Chase. But the looming threat of present-day floods meant the precious discovery needed to be moved to safety.
The man then travelled to the US where his sperm was used to impregnate the egg of an anonymous donor, using in-vitro fertilisation IVF procedures.
Gay Singaporean man can adopt son born via surrogacy, court rules
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File photo of an adult holding a child's hand. Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles. Cotton and pumping By national regional affairs reporter Anna Henderson Irrigator Anthony Barlow pleads guilty to water offences, but maintains the former water minister told him he could pump. A similar law, also dating back to the British Empire, was repealed in India earlier this year. There is growing pressure within the Commonwealth to rid states of British statutes that criminalise homosexuality, especially in countries like Singapore that did not criminalise it until the British arrived. A court in Singapore has ruled that a gay man will be allowed to adopt a son he fathered through a surrogate in the United States.