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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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BUSINESS

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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Hong Kong's biggest book fair forced a Taiwan stall to remove 'explicit' LGBT books

Hong Kong's biggest book fair forced a Taiwan stall to remove 'explicit' LGBT books

The order came despite all of the books being sealed and carrying warning labels -- and despite the covers containing no explicit material.
Bank customers are going bananas for bananas

Bank customers are going bananas for bananas

There's been a run on the banks for the fruit, which Mega International bought 100 tons of in a promotion that's turned out to be more trouble than expected.
These Chinese pickpockets came to Taiwan and targeted Japanese tourists — but they didn't make it home

These Chinese pickpockets came to Taiwan and targeted Japanese tourists — but they didn't make it home

The three men -- all skilled pickpockets from Guangxi, China -- came to Taiwan as individual tourists, according to the CIB.
Taiwan might not see its first tropical storm of the season after all

Taiwan might not see its first tropical storm of the season after all

The bureau had said Sunday there was a possibility a weather system would develop into the ninth tropical storm of the season and the first to affect Taiwan.
The 'strange' popularity of K-Pop group BTS

The 'strange' popularity of K-Pop group BTS

Why Korean media cares so much about what 'foreign media' thinks of K-pop
Tainan mayor isn't taking premier job: Executive Yuan

Tainan mayor isn't taking premier job: Executive Yuan

Reports of Lai being lined up for the premier job have been a constant since shortly after President Tsai Ing-wen took office last May.
Nuke plant reactor isn't back online yet, but power supply is stable

Nuke plant reactor isn't back online yet, but power supply is stable

The second reactor of the Third Nuclear Power Plant was shut down Sunday and is yet to be brought back online.
The Philippines' House speaker wants unions for same-sex couples and divorces for everyone

The Philippines' House speaker wants unions for same-sex couples and divorces for everyone

The conservative, majority Catholic nation is the only country in the world where divorce is not allowed.
Nationwide public smoking ban takes effect in Philippines

Nationwide public smoking ban takes effect in Philippines

The implementation of the ban is a realization of President Rodrigo Duterte's 'dream of a tobacco-free future.'
Death toll rises to nine in suspected human trafficking case in Texas

Death toll rises to nine in suspected human trafficking case in Texas

The dead were among dozens of people found in an overheated truck trailer.
At least 24 killed in Kabul car bombing near politician's house

At least 24 killed in Kabul car bombing near politician's house

The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack, which police say injured 42 civilians.
BBC's leading women demand action 'now' over gender pay gap

BBC's leading women demand action 'now' over gender pay gap

The gap was revealed last week when the British broadcaster published the salaries of its top-earning personalities.
Around the world in 400 days: Swiss adventurer departs in glider

Around the world in 400 days: Swiss adventurer departs in glider

The 41-year-old former professional snowboarder plans to cover more than 80,000 kilometers, visiting at least 50 countries during the trip.
Tencent, a latecomer to AI field with a slight edge

Tencent, a latecomer to AI field with a slight edge

Tencent Holdings Ltd, best known for its all-in-one app WeChat, is making inroads into artificial intelligence or AI to give its exisiting businesses a tech fillip.
Chinese SOEs steps up deleveraging via debt-to-equity swap

Chinese SOEs steps up deleveraging via debt-to-equity swap

China's State-owned enterprises (SOEs) will play an exemplary role in controlling debts and reducing financial leverage, according to a report by Economic Information Daily on Monday.
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