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This homeowner blocked first responders from a dying man because she didn't want an 'unlucky house' — but her plan backfired
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This was the single mistake that cut power to 6.68 million households
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CPC's blackout mistake is a lesson about getting the basics right
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US-North Korea tensions show signs of winding down
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This haunting 'wind phone' is helping Japanese say goodbye to the departed
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A tweet written by ex-US president Obama in the wake of the white supremacist rally has become the most liked one ever. 前美國總統歐巴馬在一個白人至上主義集會發生後發出的推特已經成為最受歡迎的推特。

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TAIWAN

President Tsai Ing-wen apologizedd for Tuesday's massive blackout. 蔡英文總統為週二的大規模停電示歉意。

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Melbourne has been named the world's most liveable city for the seventh year in a row. 墨爾本連續第七年被評為世界上最宜居的城市。

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BUSINESS

Passengers on Taiwan's bullet trains can now enjoy free Wi-Fi service as long as they are north of Hsinchu. 在新竹以北的台灣高鐵乘客現在可以享受免費的Wi-Fi服務。

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Liverpool took a step towards the Champions League group phase as they beat Hoffenheim 2-1 in the first leg qualifying playoff. 利物浦向歐冠分組賽邁出一大步,因為他們在第一階段預賽以2-1擊敗了霍芬海姆。

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MOEA seem to be in denial about the severe shortage of electrical power. It really is like a "slow motion car wreck", we can all see it happening from a distance, but nobody is reacting to it.


Gary was commenting on Instead of making pledges about AC, the gov't should be making plans for Taiwan's energy security

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Blame game heats up after the lights come back

Blame game heats up after the lights come back

Government officials past and present are trading accusations over Tuesday's blackout.
Emojis, trolls and WWIII: 5 questions put to Merkel from YouTubers

Emojis, trolls and WWIII: 5 questions put to Merkel from YouTubers

Given the chance, what would young YouTube viewers ask German Chancellor Angela Merkel?
Yingluck verdict to dictate Thailand's political future

Yingluck verdict to dictate Thailand's political future

As the verdict nears for Thailand's former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra, the country's political situation has become more tense than at any time since the military seized power three years ago.
37 killed in violence at Venezuelan jail, governor says

37 killed in violence at Venezuelan jail, governor says

At least 37 people have been killed during a security raid on a Venezuelan jail.
Republicans unite to condemn white supremacists after Trump remarks

Republicans unite to condemn white supremacists after Trump remarks

From former presidents to current congressional leaders, frustrated Republicans have distanced themselves from President Donald Trump's latest comments on the deadly white nationalist rally in Virginia.
Women's group attacked on the internet thanks to its surprisingly sticky slogan

Women's group attacked on the internet thanks to its surprisingly sticky slogan

An unforgettable slogan turned the Homemakers United Foundation into the unlikely target of online attacks in the aftermath of Tuesday's mass blackout.
India, China meet after clash on banks of Pangong lake in Ladakh

India, China meet after clash on banks of Pangong lake in Ladakh

Army officers from India and China met in Leh's Chusul sector to arrive at a solution to end the impasse caused by the intrusion of Chinese army in the Lake Pangong region in Ladakh along the LAC on the Sino-Indian border
Moon proposed trilateral talks with China, US on Thaad: sources

Moon proposed trilateral talks with China, US on Thaad: sources

Beijing renewed its protest after Seoul decided to install four Thaad launchers, which had been initially deferred due to an environmental review, in response to Pyongyang's latest test of an intercontinental ballistic missile last month.
Daniel Craig finally confirms he'll be back as James Bond

Daniel Craig finally confirms he'll be back as James Bond

After once saying he'd rather slash his wrists than play James Bond again, Daniel Craig has confirmed that he'll be back as 007.
Sierra Leone in national mourning after hundreds killed in mudslides

Sierra Leone in national mourning after hundreds killed in mudslides

Sierra Leone began seven days of national mourning on Wednesday after flooding and massive mudslides triggered by heavy rains left hundreds dead.
Republicans lash out at Trump's latest remarks on white power rally

Republicans lash out at Trump's latest remarks on white power rally

Frustrated Republicans were distancing themselves from President Donald Trump's latest comments on the deadly white nationalist rally in Virginia, in which he reiterated his belief that "there's blame on both sides."
This was the single mistake that cut power to 6.68 million households

This was the single mistake that cut power to 6.68 million households

Tuesday's massive blackout occurred after staff failed to switch the computerized valve switch to manual control when replacing a power supply unit.
CPC's blackout mistake is a lesson about getting the basics right

CPC's blackout mistake is a lesson about getting the basics right

It was not the first time the two engineers – one from the CPC and another from a subcontractor, both with substantial experience in the job – ignored SOPs when changing power supply units.
This homeowner blocked first responders from a dying man because she didn't want an 'unlucky house' — but her plan backfired

This homeowner blocked first responders from a dying man because she didn't want an 'unlucky house' — but her plan backfired

Her actions allegedly delayed emergency treatment of the man by 15 minutes.
Trump defends response, blames violence at rally on 'both sides'

Trump defends response, blames violence at rally on 'both sides'

US President Donald Trump on Tuesday defended his remarks blaming violence at a white supremacist rally at the weekend on "both sides," claiming he was waiting until he knew the facts about the incident.
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