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Islamic State militants blew up Mosul's symbolic al-Nuri mosque, an Iraqi military statement said. 伊拉克軍方聲明說,伊斯蘭國武裝分子破壞了位於摩蘇爾具象徵性的努里大清真寺。

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Taiwan's unemployment rate fell to 3.66 percent in May, the lowest level in two years, according to government data. 根據政府數據,台灣失業率在五月份下降至百分之三點六六,是兩年來的最低水平。

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Hollywood star George Clooney has sold a tequila company he co-founded in a deal worth up to US$1 billion. 好萊塢明星喬治克魯尼售出以高雄市十億美元價格售出一家他共同創立的龍舌蘭酒公司。

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Terry Gou said his company, Hon Hai, still had a chance to acquire the memory chip unit of Japan's financially troubled Toshiba. 郭台銘表示,他的公司鴻海仍然有機會收購財政陷入困境的日本公司東芝的記憶晶片部門。

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Cristiano Ronaldo headed a winner as Portugal took a step toward the Confederations Cup semifinals with a win over hosts Russia. C羅以頭鎚建功,帶領葡萄牙打敗東道主俄羅斯,往聯盟杯半決賽邁出一步。

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Ms Tsai has spent a year failing to make cross-strait relations work, letting Taiwan to take a beating after another for no apparent benefit whatsoever.


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Robot to go under water in Fukushima reactor

Robot to go under water in Fukushima reactor

The robot was jointly developed by the International Research Institute for Nuclear Decommissioning and Toshiba Corp. The remote-controlled robot is called Mini Manbo because its motion under water resembles that of a sunfish (manbo).
Indonesian desserts going international

Indonesian desserts going international

In order to more popularize Indonesian dishes, including desserts, Salon Culinaire presents a competition.
Trump to restore some restrictions on travel, trade to Cuba

Trump to restore some restrictions on travel, trade to Cuba

U.S. President Donald Trump is to announce steps Friday to reimpose some restrictions on U.S. travel and trade with Cuba after a wide-reaching opening with the communist island under predecessor Barack Obama.
Russia looking to polish image as Confederations Cup set to start

Russia looking to polish image as Confederations Cup set to start

The Confederations Cup is set to begin in St Petersburg on Saturday, giving soccer fans around the world a first taste of what to expect when the World Cup takes place in Russia next year.
Former German chancellor Kohl, architect of reunification, dies at 87

Former German chancellor Kohl, architect of reunification, dies at 87

Former German chancellor Helmut Kohl, the architect of German reunification and a towering political figure of the last century, has died aged 87.
Belt and Road Initiative legal study base launched in Beijing

Belt and Road Initiative legal study base launched in Beijing

A base for studying legal issues related to the Belt and Road Initiative was launched at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing on Thursday.
London blaze death toll reaches 30 as Queen visits survivors

London blaze death toll reaches 30 as Queen visits survivors

Thirty people have been confirmed dead as a result of the blaze that ripped through a London tower block, police said on Friday, as Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William visited survivors.
Philippine forces close in on terrorists in south

Philippine forces close in on terrorists in south

Philippine government troops on Thursday advanced toward the center of Marawi, in an operation aimed at dislodging local terrorists who had seized the city to establish an enclave in the Philippines of the Islamic State (IS) jihadist group in Iraq and Syria.
Jury deadlocked in Cosby trial after four days of deliberations

Jury deadlocked in Cosby trial after four days of deliberations

Jury deliberations in the sexual assault trial of U.S. comedian and former sitcom star Bill Cosby will go into a fifth day after the jury was again unable to come to an agreement Thursday on any of the charges.
Fowler is early US Open leader with blistering 7-under at Erin Hills

Fowler is early US Open leader with blistering 7-under at Erin Hills

World number-nine Rickie Fowler, looking to follow Masters champion Sergio Garcia's example by winning his first major, leapt into an early lead Thursday at the U.S. Open with a bogey-free 7-under 65 on the first day.
Australia introduces new amnesty for illegal guns

Australia introduces new amnesty for illegal guns

The Australian government on Friday introduced a three-month amnesty for people to hand in unregistered guns in an effort to keep more than a quarter-of-a-million illegal firearms in the country out of terrorists' hands.
Philippine leader taking a break after 'brutal' schedule amid siege

Philippine leader taking a break after 'brutal' schedule amid siege

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is taking at least one week off from work after a "brutal" schedule overseeing a military offensive to clear besieged Marawi City from Islamist militants, his aides said Friday.
Both parties play ball in post-shooting pitch for unity in Washington

Both parties play ball in post-shooting pitch for unity in Washington

A Capitol Police officer threw his crutch aside to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the annual Congressional Baseball Game, just a day after being wounded while helping stop a gunman attacking lawmakers.
Turkish politician's jailing prompts 400-kilometer protest march

Turkish politician's jailing prompts 400-kilometer protest march

Supporters of Turkey's opposition began a 400-kilometer Ankara-to-Istanbul march Thursday to protest a 25-year jail sentence handed down a day earlier to a lawmaker found guilty of leaking government information.
Portugal and Chile hungry for more at Confederations Cup

Portugal and Chile hungry for more at Confederations Cup

Portugal and Chile go into the Confederations Cup with full-strength squads and ambitions to win another major title after continental glory.
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