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U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law and advisor Jared Kushner on Monday defended his contacts with Russian officials. 美國總統川普的女婿和顧問庫什納星期一為他與俄羅斯官員的接觸辯護。

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Chunghwa Post said that it had caught an employee collecting money for single-payment insurance policies, a product that it doesn't offer. 中華郵政週二表示,已經抓到一名員工為單筆付款保險政策收取資金,中郵並沒有提供那樣的產品。

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The parents of critically ill infant Charlie Gard ended their fight for their son to receive experimental treatment in the US. 病危嬰兒查理加德的家長週一結束爭取兒子在美國接受實驗治療的奮鬥。

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Chinese tech heavyweights and startups alike are scrambling to answer the country's call for greater investment in core AI technology. 中國科技巨頭和創業公司正在爭相回應該國要求更多投資核心AI技術的呼籲。

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Britain's Adam Peaty shattered his own world record in the men's 50-metre breaststroke on Tuesday. 英國選手亞當佩帝週二打破了自己保持的50米蛙式世界紀錄在男子。

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Hong Kong is a balancing act for Carrie Lam

Hong Kong is a balancing act for Carrie Lam

Lam, Hong Kong's new leader, knows exactly what Beijing expects. But can she deliver this while also satisfying the people of Hong Kong?
Uncle Sam should let Seoul take the lead on North Korea

Uncle Sam should let Seoul take the lead on North Korea

Developments in the North illustrate the desperate economic and human conditions of its society and the brutal nature of the regime. This provides leverage.
The 2018 mayoral election is a litmus test for Taiwan's China policy

The 2018 mayoral election is a litmus test for Taiwan's China policy

People in both Taiwan and China should watch closely the performance of the pragmatic candidates in 2018. The elections could serve as a bellwether of Taiwan's stance on China relations.
The mysterious ban on a life-saving aircraft

The mysterious ban on a life-saving aircraft

Politicians love helicopters -- quick-moving aircraft that don't need a runway and can get you between meetings while others are stuck in traffic. They are also the key to search and rescue at sea and in mountainous terrain. But in Britain and Norway, a ban on a model well-known across Taiwan has aviation experts shaking their heads. Geoff Hill looks at a modern air mystery.
Japan's new liquor tax laws aren't so bitter for 'real beer' drinkers

Japan's new liquor tax laws aren't so bitter for 'real beer' drinkers

It's time for Japan to start getting into real beer.
Why Canada is better than the US — and why it's not

Why Canada is better than the US — and why it's not

The many similarities between the US and Canada are obvious, but data show that on health care and crime, the Canadians have a distinct edge.
Sooner or later, Washington is going to have to bite the bullet on North Korea

Sooner or later, Washington is going to have to bite the bullet on North Korea

What can and will come of the U.S.-China dialogue on the rogue state's nuclear program?
What to do about the rising tide of refugees?

What to do about the rising tide of refugees?

Over 65 million people worldwide are victims of a score of conflicts, and humanitarian assistance and preventive diplomacy are needed now to solve these calamities.
North Korea and Syria: two evil states

North Korea and Syria: two evil states

Comparing these two powder kegs offers some ideas into how to deal with them.
France votes for moderation — again

France votes for moderation — again

Historically, France suffered after WWII from chronically unstable governments. The rise of Marine Le Pen has raised the specter of that past.
China's focus on Taiwan's weakness may backfire

China's focus on Taiwan's weakness may backfire

Not only is China reducing the number of countries that recognize Taiwan, it's also insisting that nongovernmental relations with Taiwan be tightened.
Could know-how trump aid to Africa?

Could know-how trump aid to Africa?

The U.S. is now talking about giving technology to the developing world instead of money, but Taipei has been doing that for decades.
R.I.P. the architect of German unity

R.I.P. the architect of German unity

Through perseverance and fate, this man from a small West German city became a statesman on the world stage.

Wang Dan's Taiwan independence fancy world

Wang Dan, the most visible student leader in the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, is leaving for the United States next month after teaching Chinese history at two of Taiwan's most prestigious national universities for eight years. Before saying goodbye, he warned on the eve of the 27th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre that Taiwan shouldn't talk about independence unless the people are ready to die for the cause.

Can the world hold Duterte to account?

Against the illegal drugs trade in his country, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has let slip the dogs of war -- and the havoc includes thousands of dead Filipinos, most of them poor. As he prepares to mark a year in office at the end of this month, those who are anguished about the killings ask: Can the community of nations play a role in holding Duterte to account?
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