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U.S. President Donald Trump says he didn't record his conversations with ex-FBI chief James Comey. 美國總統川普說,他沒有記錄他與前聯邦調查局局長詹姆斯科米的談話。 Conversation: 談話

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TAIWAN

The alleged gunman in a shooting that killed 3 people in Taoyuan has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said. 槍殺三名桃園人的槍手疑犯已經死於自我槍擊的傷口。 Wound: 傷口

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LIFE

A robot lets users simply clip their clean washing onto hangers and return a few minutes later to a pile of neatly folded laundry. 一個新機器人可以讓用戶將清潔的洗衣機夾在衣架上,幾分鐘後送回一堆整齊地折疊的衣服。 Pile: 一堆

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A robot lets users clip their clean washing onto hangers and return a few minutes later to a pile of neatly folded laundry. 一個新機器人可以讓用戶將清潔的洗衣機夾在衣架上,幾分鐘後送回一堆整齊地折疊的衣服。 Pile: 一堆

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SPORTS

A pair of former champions each took a step closer to possible repeat titles at the Queen's club pre-Wimbledon event. 兩個前冠軍選手在女皇俱樂部的溫布頓前的比賽中,向再次奪冠更接近一步。 Champion: 冠軍

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Geothermal power still overlooked by the current government. Its cheaper than nuclear, highest efficiency of ALL other renewables, smallest land usage per MW of all renewables. Taiwan is so fortunate to have this god given resource, the real travesty is not using it.


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Massive ransomware attack hits companies across Europe, US

Massive ransomware attack hits companies across Europe, US

A massive new cyberattack via a ransomware virus initially dubbed Petya paralyzed businesses across Europe on Tuesday before spreading to the United States.
No plan yet on mothballed nuclear plant debts: Cabinet

No plan yet on mothballed nuclear plant debts: Cabinet

The government has yet to reach a conclusion about how to deal with Taiwan's mothballed fourth nuclear power plant or the debts it incurred, said Cabinet spokesman Hsu Kuo-yung (徐國勇) on Tuesday.
Taiwan's first Apache combat squad to be commissioned

Taiwan's first Apache combat squad to be commissioned

Taiwan's first Apache combat squad will be formally commissioned Wednesday under the Army Aviation and Special Forces Command after undergoing more than two years of training on Taiwan's most advanced attack helicopters.
Taiwan's economy continues sluggish growth

Taiwan's economy continues sluggish growth

Taiwan's economy remained sluggish in May, with the overall monitoring index flashing a yellow-blue light for the second consecutive month, according to business indicators published Tuesday by the National Development Council (NDC).
When are people going to stop binning and start flushing their toilet paper?

When are people going to stop binning and start flushing their toilet paper?

Up to 90 percent of Taiwanese people throw their used toilet paper into the bin -- but the gov't wants to change this.
NEWSFLASH: Trump's election has hurt the US' image globally

NEWSFLASH: Trump's election has hurt the US' image globally

Survey finds Trump has a higher confidence level than Obama in only two countries: Russia and Israel.
Pressure is building on Merkel for a vote on gay marriage this week

Pressure is building on Merkel for a vote on gay marriage this week

Rival party to push for a parliamentary vote after Merkel's party backtracks on opposition to marriage equality.

Consumer confidence falls despite strong equity market

Although the local equity market has made a strong showing in recent sessions, the latest consumer confidence index (CCI) fell, most notably the sub-index for timing to buy equities, which increases caution over rising share prices, a survey showed on Tuesday.
The EU just fined Google a record 2.42 billion euros

The EU just fined Google a record 2.42 billion euros

Tech giant used its dominance to unfairly promote its own shopping comparison service over rivals, court says.
Ecuador takes 'ROC' from the name of Taiwan's trade mission

Ecuador takes 'ROC' from the name of Taiwan's trade mission

Ecuador has unilaterally demanded that Taiwan's de facto embassy remove "Republic of China" from its name, the Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.
Bill passed to cut civil servants' retirement benefits

Bill passed to cut civil servants' retirement benefits

A bill that will dramatically cut the retirement benefits of Taiwan's civil servants cleared the Legislative Yuan on Tuesday and is scheduled to take effect in July 2018.
SinoPac chairman resigns after two weeks in office

SinoPac chairman resigns after two weeks in office

SinoPac Financial Holding Co. (永豐金控) Chairman Chiu Cheng-hsiung (邱正雄) announced Monday he was resigning from the post he assumed earlier this month after his predecessor was accused of extending illegal loans.
Taiwan chafes at government rules on English learning: poll

Taiwan chafes at government rules on English learning: poll

Government rules for how and when English is taught are proving highly unpopular, according to a poll released Sunday.
EU-Japan FTA prompts fear of economic isolation

EU-Japan FTA prompts fear of economic isolation

Local business lobbies and scholars are expressing concern about Taiwan's potential economic isolation following reports that Japan and the European Union were nearing the completion of a free trade agreement.
Don't let the scorching heat keep you from your outdoor fitness goals

Don't let the scorching heat keep you from your outdoor fitness goals

Working out in the heat has its risks, including dehydration, heat stroke, dizziness and even death if body temperatures rise above 40 degrees Celsius.
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