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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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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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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 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 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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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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A flash in the pan no more: Far right a French fixture, despite Le Pen defeat

Despite Marine Le Pen's drubbing in the French presidential election, her far-right National Front party expanded its footprint in the political landscape -- and confirmed its move into the mainstream.

Frenzy over writer's death obscures the real Lin Yi-han

In life, novelist Lin Yi-han (林奕含) tried to negotiate the shallowness of a society that reduces people into stereotypes, ciphers and punch lines.

In US, left and right go along with Macron's win

The U.S. political establishment gave a broad welcome Monday to France's election of Emmanuel Macron, taking a cue from President Donald Trump who had kept his distance from Marine Le Pen despite his supporters' enthusiasm for her.

Fugitive Red Bull heir puts company's future on the line

Few countries share Thailand's tolerance for wealthy suspects evading justice.

Eurosceptics see the triumph of Macron as bad news for Brexit

British eurosceptics reacted angrily on Monday to Emmanuel Macron's victory in France saying the election of a pro-EU president was bad news for the Brexit negotiations but experts said a stronger Europe could ease the talks.

With Macron win, France and Germany look to EU future

Germany heaved a sigh of relief after liberal candidate Emmanuel Macron won France's presidential election comfortably on Sunday, but the two staunch allies face tough challenges over Europe's future.

Tsai's hand is at play in academy naming spat

Vice President Chen Chien-jen was elected to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (NAS) last Tuesday.

S. Korea's frustrated youth demand change

Thirty years after South Korea became a democracy, voters born in the period go to the polls Tuesday frustrated over their prospects and demanding change as growth slows and job prospects fade.

New Hamas chief could be a step toward acceptance

Ismail Haniya's election as Hamas chief is another sign that the Islamist movement is seeking to soften its image and show it can offer a viable alternative to Mahmud Abbas, analysts said.

Obama officials to testify on Russian interference

The scandal over Russian meddling in last year's U.S. presidential election returns to the forefront of Washington politics after weeks of quiet on Monday, when two top officials from the Obama administration are set to testify in Congress.

Justice may be blind, but she's definitely ridiculous

Lady Justice may be blind but she becomes ridiculous sometimes in Taiwan, perhaps because there are quite a number of baby prosecutors and dinosaur judges.

Taiwan's vegetarian scene is thriving — and we should be proud

We all know that reducing, reusing and recycling waste is a key part of a green lifestyle, but one somewhat less-discussed part is being conscious of how our eating habits -- particularly our fancy for red meat -- affect the environment.

Will Trump save the Middle East peace process?

As he plans his first foreign trip and visits to Israel and the Palestinian territories, U.S. President Donald Trump seems optimistic that he can help secure peace in the region.

What motivates N. Korea's leader?

Kim Jong Un is a "smart cookie," President Donald Trump said recently of North Korea's leader.

Today's fake news: Canada-US ties threatened

British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle greatly raised the prestige of the lowly detective story with his fictional alter ego Sherlock Holmes. One of Holmes' most brilliant insights concerned something which was not present. In "Silver Blaze" a dog did not bark.
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