Monday, March 3, 2014
Ukraine warned Sunday it was on the brink of disaster and called up all military reservists after Russia's threat to invade its neighbor drew a sharp rebuke from the United States and NATO.
The Coast Guard Administration (CGA) pledged yesterday that it will do whatever it can to protect Taiwanese fishing boats operating in East China Sea waters north of Taiwan., 1 Comment
Premier Jiang Yi-huah (江宜樺) said yesterday that he hopes the Ministry of Transportation and Communications will properly investigate the 228 Memorial Day weekend traffic congestion incident and submit a report as soon as possible.
Sunday, March 2, 2014
Russian President Vladimir Putin moved on Saturday to send troops into Ukraine, in defiance of a direct warning from Washington that such a deployment would results in "costs" for Moscow.
Transport minister Yeh Kuan-shih yesterday apologized to the public for having ruined the affected passengers' plans for the long weekend.
The Marshall Islands on Saturday marked 60 years since the devastating U.S. hydrogen bomb test at Bikini Atoll, with angry exiled residents saying they were too fearful to ever go home.
Saturday, March 1, 2014
President Barack Obama is warning Russia "there will be costs" for any military maneuvers it launches in Ukraine, a move U.S. and Ukrainian officials say they believe is already underway.
South Korea's president on Saturday proposed the rival Koreas hold reunions of Korean War-divided families on a regular basis, saying time was running out for the elderly separated by hostilities and politics.
The anti-government protesters who once threatened to shut down Thailand's capital said they will significantly scale back their presence in the streets, in what could be a prelude to eased tensions.