Lee Hsien Loong

Singapore leader hits back at siblings over father's will

The last will of Singapore founder Lee Kuan Yew was made in "deeply troubling circumstances" with a family member helping to draft it, said his eldest son, the country's current prime minister, as the tussle turned into a political drama rarely seen in the tightly-controlled city-state.

The feud is laced with accusations of extralegal bullying and nepotism against Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, compelling the prominent family's second son to say he was leaving Singapore "for the foreseeable future."

The fight started over the status of the family home following Lee Kuan Yew's death in 2015. Prime Minister Lee said late Thursday that the wife of his...