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HTC sells smartphone team to Google for US$1.1 billion
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If you did not get the earthquake drill text message today, you are not alone
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Tsai faces growing pressure to pardon ex-President Chen
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Taipei mayor refuses to meet new police chief forced upon him
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S&P lowers China's credit rating, citing rising financial risks
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40 buildings collapsed in Mexico City, including a school where 21 kids and 4 adults, were killed after a quake shook the country. 墨西哥地震之後, 墨西哥城有40座建築物倒塌,其中包括一所有21名兒童和4名成年人遇害的學校。

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TAIWAN

Taiwan-based tech company HTC announced Thursday that it has sold part of its mobile division team to Google for US$1.1 billion. 台灣科技公司宏達電週四宣布,以11億美元的價格向Google出售部分行動部門團隊。

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LIFE

Researchers are testing a new treatment for ovarian cancer which may improve the quality of life for patients. 研究人員正在測試卵巢癌的新治療方法,可以改善患者的生活品質。

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BUSINESS

Standard and Poor's has lowered China's sovereign credit rating due to risks associated with its increasing debt. 由於與債務增加有關的風險,標準普爾下調了中國的主權信用評級。

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Real Madrid were beaten 1-0 by Betis at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday to leave them seven points behind Barcelona. 皇家馬德里週三在聖地亞哥伯納烏被貝蒂斯以1-0打敗,落後巴塞羅那7分。

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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.


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70 rescued since Mexico quake as hopes of finding more survivors fade

70 rescued since Mexico quake as hopes of finding more survivors fade

Some 70 people have been rescued after this week's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in Mexico, as hopes of finding more survivors begin to fade.
May's blueprint to kick-start Brexit talks gets mixed reception

May's blueprint to kick-start Brexit talks gets mixed reception

British Prime Minister Theresa May got a mixed reception on Friday after she proposed a transitional period of "around two years" after Brexit takes effect in March 2019 and assured worried EU citizens that she wants them to stay in Britain.
Dam failure prompts evacuations in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

Dam failure prompts evacuations in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

Two Puerto Rican towns were evacuated Friday as authorities warned of an imminent dam failure in the wake of Hurricane Maria, while at least six people were confirmed dead on the US Caribbean territory following the storm.
Duterte administration unfazed by protests

Duterte administration unfazed by protests

While it welcomed Thursday's protests against the drug war and human rights violations under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte, the Presidential Palace was confident that majority of Filipinos still supported the Philippine leader.
Tsai faces growing pressure to pardon ex-President Chen

Tsai faces growing pressure to pardon ex-President Chen

A petition calling for President Tsai Ing-wen to pardon her predecessor Chen Shui-bian has received overwhelming support from local government chiefs and lawmakers of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).
Taipei mayor refuses to meet new police chief forced upon him

Taipei mayor refuses to meet new police chief forced upon him

The newly inaugurated Taipei City Police Department Commissioner Chen Jia-chang has yet to meet with Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je, who described Chen's appointment by the central government as a disrespectful ambush.
Executive Yuan spokesman offers to apologize for premier's AIDS comment

Executive Yuan spokesman offers to apologize for premier's AIDS comment

The Executive Yuan attempted to defuse Premier William Lai's first potential gaffe since coming to office two weeks ago.
Austria may boycott South Korean Olympics over security fears

Austria may boycott South Korean Olympics over security fears

Austria will boycott next year's Winter Games in South Korea if tensions with North Korea get worse and athlete safety cannot be guaranteed, the head of the country's Olympic Committee says.
The rise of 'New Zealand's Justin Trudeau'

The rise of 'New Zealand's Justin Trudeau'

New Zealand's Labour Party leader Jacinda Ardern is looking back at a mind-boggling past seven weeks.
North Korea hits back at Trump, threatens H-bomb test in Pacific

North Korea hits back at Trump, threatens H-bomb test in Pacific

Kim Jong Un describes Donald Trump as "deranged" and Pyongyang's foreign minister says North Korea may test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific as the recalcitrant nation hits back at the US president after the latest attempt to curb its nuclear programme.
L'Oreal heir Liliane Bettencourt, world's richest woman, dies aged 94

L'Oreal heir Liliane Bettencourt, world's richest woman, dies aged 94

Liliane Bettencourt, heir to the L'Oreal cosmetics fortune and the world's richest woman according to Forbes magazine, has died.
IS has lost control of its capital in Syria, monitoring group says

IS has lost control of its capital in Syria, monitoring group says

Islamic State has lost control of al-Raqqa, the extremist militia's de facto capital in Syria, a group that monitors the conflict says.
Big three of Kipsang, Kipchoge, Bekele eye marathon record in Berlin

Big three of Kipsang, Kipchoge, Bekele eye marathon record in Berlin

The last six marathon world records have been set on the streets of Berlin - and it could be seven on Sunday when ex-record holder Wilson Kipsang, Eliud Kipchoge and Kenenisa Bekele aim to better the mark currently held by Dennis Kimetto.
Search for Mexico quake survivors continues as death toll hits 273

Search for Mexico quake survivors continues as death toll hits 273

The desperate search for survivors in earthquake-ravaged buildings in Mexico continues for a third day, as the country's Interior Ministry raises the official death toll to 273.
Rohingya in India are illegal immigrants, not refugees, minister says

Rohingya in India are illegal immigrants, not refugees, minister says

Rohingya Muslims who entered India from Myanmar are not refugees but illegal immigrants and human rights should not be mistakenly used to avoid this reality, India's home minister says.
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