Wednesday, June 24, 2015
The US is not targeting French leader Francois Hollande's communications and will not do so in the future, the White House said, after documents published by WikiLeaks showed Washington had wiretapped the president and his two predecessors.
Greece's government on Tuesday defended the billions worth of "harsh" new budget savings it has offered in talks with creditors, as some of the governing party's own lawmakers spoke out against them.
Following accusations that her master's degree credentials earned in the United States were faked, Deputy Legislative Speaker and likely Kuomintang (KMT) presidential candidate Hung Hsiu-chu (洪秀柱) vowed to retaliate with legal action., 3 Comments
A heavy downpour disrupted 17 flights yesterday at the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (桃園國際機場), delaying over 2,000 passengers and forcing a flight to return to Wenzhou (溫州), China, airport authorities said.
Eurozone business activity rose sharply in June to hit a more than four-year high, which analysts said suggested a better-than-expected recovery in the making despite the Greek crisis.
A tiny military exercise in the Philippines this week may presage something much bigger: the entry of Japan into the tussle for control of the South China Sea.
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
BEIRUT - Syrian Kurdish fighters have chased Islamic State militants from a key base north of the jihadists' stronghold city of Raqa, according to a monitoring group.
Washington - Eighty-one members of the U.S. Republican National Committee (RNC) have issued a joint statement in support of further strengthening U.S.-Taiwan trade and investment ties.
ATHENS, Greece -- A day ahead of a crucial emergency eurozone summit, European leaders renewed efforts to reach a deal between Greece and its creditors that would allow the debt-ridden country to avoid a default and a potentially disastrous exit from the euro.
A scheduled arbitration between the Taipei City Government and the Taipei Dome's construction and management consortium Farglory Group (遠雄集團) was canceled yesterday after the appointed arbitrator for the company resigned without notice.
Greece's international creditors poured cold water on the chances of a breakthrough at an emergency summit on Monday aimed at finding a deal to save Athens from default and a possible exit from the euro.