SINGAPORE (Sept 2): Singapore has retained its position as the world’s second safest city, coming in just after Tokyo, in the latest edition of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Safe Cities Index (SCI) released on Thursday.

Other cities that clinched the top five spots are Osaka, Amsterdam and Sydney that ranked third, fourth and fifth on the list.

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