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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.


Gary was commenting on Instead of making pledges about AC, the gov't should be making plans for Taiwan's energy security

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Rooney given driving ban after pleading guilty to drink-driving

Rooney given driving ban after pleading guilty to drink-driving

Former England captain Wayne Rooney was given a two-year driving ban after pleading guilty to drink-driving on Monday.
India's Rohingya wanted nowhere: 'Better you kill us than deport us'

India's Rohingya wanted nowhere: 'Better you kill us than deport us'

Fleeing persecution in Buddhist-majority Myanmar over several years, the minority Rohingya Muslims have settled in neighbouring countries. Now, tens of thousands of Rohingya in India face an uncertain future.
Lessons to learn from Free Trade Agreement with China

Lessons to learn from Free Trade Agreement with China

Somebody rightly said that there is no free lunch. Pakistan certainly needs to learn lessons from this.
Trump to kick off General Assembly with push for UN reform

Trump to kick off General Assembly with push for UN reform

Making the UN "fit for purpose" will dominate Donald Trump's first day at his debut General Assembly in New York on Monday.
Iraq's Supreme Court orders suspension of Kurdistan referendum

Iraq's Supreme Court orders suspension of Kurdistan referendum

Iraq's Supreme Court on Monday ordered the suspension of an independence referendum in the autonomous region of Kurdistan.
Japanese schools hurry to make plans as missile launches continue

Japanese schools hurry to make plans as missile launches continue

Schools are struggling to figure out how to deal with North Korea's repeated ballistic missile launches.
Trump retweets GIF of himself swinging at golf ball that hits Clinton

Trump retweets GIF of himself swinging at golf ball that hits Clinton

US President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Sunday to lambast his former rival Hillary Clinton, sharing a looped video that showed him whacking a golf ball that in the next frame appears to knock Clinton over from behind as she boards a plane.
Hamilton takes big Singapore win after Vettel and others crash out

Hamilton takes big Singapore win after Vettel and others crash out

Lewis Hamilton was gifted an improbable Singapore Grand Prix victory on Sunday for a major Formula One title boost after rival Sebastian Vettel crashed out along with two other contenders seconds into the race.
Palestinian government sees 'historic chance' to end rift with Hamas

Palestinian government sees 'historic chance' to end rift with Hamas

The government of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Sunday said there was a "historic chance" to end a long-running rift with Hamas, hours after the rival Islamist group pledged key concessions on its control of the Gaza Strip.
Singapore Grand Prix: Winning back fans is the top priority

Singapore Grand Prix: Winning back fans is the top priority

When Liberty Media completed its takeover of Formula One last September, the new American owners found the sport facing declining interest from fans. It is keenly aware of the need to win back the fans – and attract new ones – to make the post-Bernie Ecclestone F1 era a simple and easily-digested sport for the masses.
Gross National Happiness certification tool for business to be launched

Gross National Happiness certification tool for business to be launched

Bhutanese Prime minister Tshering Tobgay said the Singapore summit is an appropriate venue to clarify the misconception that Gross National Happiness does not undermine the importance of economic wellbeing.
Meet the dead: Thailand's drink drivers sent to work in morgues

Meet the dead: Thailand's drink drivers sent to work in morgues

Thailand's roads are the world's second deadliest after Libya. How to reduce the high fatality rate? Send offending drivers to work in the morgues, Thai authorities say.
White House refutes reported change in US stance on climate dea

White House refutes reported change in US stance on climate dea

The White House said Saturday there was no change in the US decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord in response to published reports indicating the administration had softened its stance.
Low turnout at Trump supporters' rally for unity in Washington

Low turnout at Trump supporters' rally for unity in Washington

There were a few tense moments Saturday at a demonstration in Washington in support of US President Donald, but the event was peaceful overall after it attracted fewer participants than expected.
Manhunt in London after attack as Britain raises terror threat level

Manhunt in London after attack as Britain raises terror threat level

A manhunt is under way in London after a crude bucket bomb blew up in a rush-hour train and injured 29 people, prompting authorities to raise Britain's terrorist threat level to "critical."
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