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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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LIFE

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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To lead a more compassionate life, learn from Buddha

Born in Lumbini in present-day Nepal 2,561 years ago, Siddhartha Gautam became the Buddha, the enlightened one, and wandered around spreading his message of peace and compassion. He has also been called the light of Asia. His inspirational messages point the way to a better and more meaningful human life.

How will Hong Kong fare under Chief Executive Carrie Lam?

With only weeks to go before Carrie Lam is sworn in as the chief executive of Hong Kong, attention naturally is focused on how she is going to govern and the role the Chinese government will play.

Nearly a year on, Tsai's social platform is a mess

As President Tsai Ing-wen approaches the one-year mark of her presidency, evaluations and scorecards are bound to appear in the days leading up to May 20. And don't expect them to be kind.

A more secure South Asia is possible, but complex

A convention that is based on the extremely sensitive issue of terrorism has been all but forgotten.

Can West Virginia's coal jobs come back?

When Donald Trump promised hopeful voters in Charleston, West Virginia to bring back mining jobs to the heart of American coal country, out-of-work miner Craig Branham was all ears.

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.
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