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The White House has dismissed as "absurd" an accusation by North Korea that US President Donald Trump had declared war on it. 白宮駁回北韓指美國總統川普已經對該國宣戰,稱其為「荒唐」的指控。

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William Lai tackled the issue of Taiwan independence at his first appearance at the Legislative Yuan Tuesday. 行政院長賴清德週二立法院初登板,處理台獨議題。

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Great Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make first public appearance as couple. 英國的哈里王子和梅格曼馬克爾首次以情侶身份公開露面。

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Textile International Forum and Exhibition kicked off with the theme "Intelligent Innovation and Green Circular Economy." 紡織科技國際論壇和展覽開幕,主題是「智慧創新與綠色循環」。

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US President Donald Trump looked to continue his feud with the NFL over players' behaviour during the national anthem. 美國總統川普繼續與美國國家足球聯盟爭論球員在唱國歌期間的行為。

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MOEA seem to be in denial about the severe shortage of electrical power. It really is like a "slow motion car wreck", we can all see it happening from a distance, but nobody is reacting to it.


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Germany expected to re-elect Merkel, send far-right to parliament

Germany expected to re-elect Merkel, send far-right to parliament

Polling stations opened across Germany on Sunday in an election that is expected to grant Angela Merkel, the country's long-serving chancellor, a fourth term in office and see the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) enter parliament for the first time.
May's blueprint to kick-start Brexit talks gets mixed reception

May's blueprint to kick-start Brexit talks gets mixed reception

British Prime Minister Theresa May got a mixed reception on Friday after she proposed a transitional period of "around two years" after Brexit takes effect in March 2019 and assured worried EU citizens that she wants them to stay in Britain.
70 rescued since Mexico quake as hopes of finding more survivors fade

70 rescued since Mexico quake as hopes of finding more survivors fade

Some 70 people have been rescued after this week's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in Mexico, as hopes of finding more survivors begin to fade.
Dam failure prompts evacuations in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

Dam failure prompts evacuations in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

Two Puerto Rican towns were evacuated Friday as authorities warned of an imminent dam failure in the wake of Hurricane Maria, while at least six people were confirmed dead on the US Caribbean territory following the storm.
Duterte administration unfazed by protests

Duterte administration unfazed by protests

While it welcomed Thursday's protests against the drug war and human rights violations under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte, the Presidential Palace was confident that majority of Filipinos still supported the Philippine leader.
Austria may boycott South Korean Olympics over security fears

Austria may boycott South Korean Olympics over security fears

Austria will boycott next year's Winter Games in South Korea if tensions with North Korea get worse and athlete safety cannot be guaranteed, the head of the country's Olympic Committee says.
The rise of 'New Zealand's Justin Trudeau'

The rise of 'New Zealand's Justin Trudeau'

New Zealand's Labour Party leader Jacinda Ardern is looking back at a mind-boggling past seven weeks.
North Korea hits back at Trump, threatens H-bomb test in Pacific

North Korea hits back at Trump, threatens H-bomb test in Pacific

Kim Jong Un describes Donald Trump as "deranged" and Pyongyang's foreign minister says North Korea may test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific as the recalcitrant nation hits back at the US president after the latest attempt to curb its nuclear programme.
L'Oreal heir Liliane Bettencourt, world's richest woman, dies aged 94

L'Oreal heir Liliane Bettencourt, world's richest woman, dies aged 94

Liliane Bettencourt, heir to the L'Oreal cosmetics fortune and the world's richest woman according to Forbes magazine, has died.
IS has lost control of its capital in Syria, monitoring group says

IS has lost control of its capital in Syria, monitoring group says

Islamic State has lost control of al-Raqqa, the extremist militia's de facto capital in Syria, a group that monitors the conflict says.
Big three of Kipsang, Kipchoge, Bekele eye marathon record in Berlin

Big three of Kipsang, Kipchoge, Bekele eye marathon record in Berlin

The last six marathon world records have been set on the streets of Berlin - and it could be seven on Sunday when ex-record holder Wilson Kipsang, Eliud Kipchoge and Kenenisa Bekele aim to better the mark currently held by Dennis Kimetto.
Search for Mexico quake survivors continues as death toll hits 273

Search for Mexico quake survivors continues as death toll hits 273

The desperate search for survivors in earthquake-ravaged buildings in Mexico continues for a third day, as the country's Interior Ministry raises the official death toll to 273.
Rohingya in India are illegal immigrants, not refugees, minister says

Rohingya in India are illegal immigrants, not refugees, minister says

Rohingya Muslims who entered India from Myanmar are not refugees but illegal immigrants and human rights should not be mistakenly used to avoid this reality, India's home minister says.
Poll among EU Muslims shows trust in democracy, sense of belonging

Poll among EU Muslims shows trust in democracy, sense of belonging

Europe's Muslims have greater trust in democratic institutions than the overall public, even though many of them feel discriminated against because of their religion, according to an EU poll of 10,500 Muslims.
S&P lowers China's credit rating, citing rising financial risks

S&P lowers China's credit rating, citing rising financial risks

Standard and Poor's has lowered China's sovereign credit rating due to risks associated with its increasing debt, but said its long-term outlook for the country remained "stable."
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