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Donald Trump's son and two top advisers have been scheduled to testify before U.S. Senate committees. 川普的兒子和兩位高層顧問已被安排在美國參議院委員會作證。

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A woman who reportedly died taking a selfie may have jumped so her family would get the insurance payout. 一名據報因自拍摔死的女子可能是故意跳下,以讓她的家人得到保險金。

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The body of surrealist painter Salvador Dali is to be exhumed Thursday to carry out a paternity test. 超現實主義畫家達利的遺體將在星期四被挖出來以進行親子鑑定。

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The Bank of Japan on Thursday downgraded its inflation outlook for the current financial year. 日本央行週四下調本財政年度的通脹預測。

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The Open Championship began in heavy rain, making conditions difficult for the early starters. 公開錦標賽在大雨中開始,使得早期比賽者的條件變得困難重重。

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China's influence continues to grow in ASEAN

China has deepened its influence on ASEAN nations, and the just-concluded ASEAN Summit with its chairman's watered-down statement stands testimony to this.

Exit Hollande, France's president of paralysis

When Francois Hollande tapped Emmanuel Macron as an aide in his 2012 presidential campaign, little did he know that he was taking advice from his eventual successor.

Iran's delayed gold rush disillusions voters

The investment gold rush that was supposed to follow Iran's nuclear deal with world powers and revitalize the economy has not materialized, leaving many voters disillusioned ahead of Friday's election.

Institutions trump personalities for French voters

An enormous international sigh of relief has followed the election of comparative moderate Emmanuel Macron as president of France. He has decisively defeated Marine Le Pen of the right-wing National Front.

Global instability drives the growth of novel destruction

The actual use of one of the most destructive non-nuclear bombs in Afghanistan, reports of the use of chemical weapons in Syria, the disturbing recent discussion on the threat of use of extremely destructive weapons in places such as the Korean peninsula have again focused attention on the extent to which the race for destructive weapons is threatening humanity and all other forms of life on earth.

Conflict on the Korean Peninsula presents a dilemma for ASEAN

Calls from the international community for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to play a role in easing tensions on the Korean Peninsula could reinvigorate the bloc's ambitions to steer regional security. But ASEAN needs to proceed carefully -- the stakes are high and it has little to gain and much to lose.

India's upholding of death sentence for gang rapists is a lesson for Pakistan

"You can't clap with one hand," one of the rapists in the notorious Delhi gang rape case had famously said after being convicted of rape and murder.

What's behind Venezuela's slide into chaos

Storm clouds are buffeting the coast of Venezuela, the once-rich South American state which is sliding into economic chaos and combustible political confrontation.

KMT division imminent without a fair leadership race

In less than a week, six candidates will vie for the Kuomintang (KMT) leadership in one of the most important and potentially divisive elections in the party's history.

Revolution 4.0 challenges Asian countries seeking inclusive growth

The pervasive sentiment of Asian financial leaders and economists who gathered for the Asian Development Bank's (ADB) 50th annual meeting in Yokohama in the past few days was optimism about Asia's prospects.

S. Korea's new president faces a battery of tests

Newly elected South Korean President Moon Jae-in faces an enormous challenge in governing one of the world's most democratic and dynamic countries.

Will new South Korea President Moon Jae-in stick to 'pro-North, anti-Japan'?

Pro-North Korea and left-leaning candidate Moon Jae-in of the Democratic Party has won the South Korean presidential election that was held in the aftermath of the dismissal of former President Park Geun-hye.

It's time to move on from Lin Yi-han to the rest of society

Two weeks on and news surrounding the death of young novelist Lin Yi-han have yet to cool down.

Ahok's guilty verdict is a blow for democracy

Indonesia's march to democracy suffered a huge setback with Tuesday's guilty verdict in the blasphemy case against Jakarta Governor Basuki "Ahok" Tjahaja Purnama.

Uncertainty lingers over US' role in Paris Agreement

During his campaign for the U.S. presidency, Donald Trump had said that he believed that human induced climate change was a Chinese hoax, and promised that he would "tear up" the Paris Agreement if he became president.
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