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March 27, 2017

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Authorities crack down on fake taxis outside Taoyuan airport
F-35Bs out of Taiwan's budget: experts
China protest expected for Akama trip
Kaohsiung lays on free bus rides for kids
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Once a driver of growth and a source of national pride, South Korea's family-led conglomerates are becoming instead objects of public scorn as a massive corruption scandal puts them under mounting pressure to reform.
President Donald Trump suggested a new merit-based system to regulate entry to the United States on Tuesday, as he tried to square his hard-line campaign rhetoric with the goal of broad immigration reform.
President Donald Trump has outlined a goal to hike American military spending by nearly 10 percent, shoveling yet more cash toward a defense budget already greater than that of the next seven nations combined.
President Donald Trump's tough new immigration measures are sending shudders through the U.S. farming industry, which largely employs a low-wage foreign workforce.
Nightmarish conditions in Libya are helping to drive a surge in the numbers of migrants attempting to reach Italy in the depths of winter, humanitarian officials and asylum seekers say.
Nearly three decades after it helped topple communist totalitarian regimes in Eastern Europe, U.S.-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) is challenging Moscow again, this time with a new 24-hour TV news channel in Russian.
"America for Americans" is throwing up a strange psyche of hate and racial crime against the colored stock -- that is essentially American.
ASEAN has yet to overcome a few immediate uncertainties.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has had little media interaction, did not attend meetings with foreign leaders.
Dumbphones -- handsets that just make calls and send texts -- were set to disappear as technology moved on, but they have survived in emerging markets and among nostalgics of simpler devices in the West.
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