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In a suspected case of human trafficking, nine people were found dead in an overheated truck trailer in Texas. 在一件疑似人口販運案件中,九人在德州的一輛過熱卡車上被發現死亡。

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The government denied rumors that Tainan Mayor William Lai would be tapped to serve as premier. 政府否認台南市長賴清德將擔任行政院長職務的傳聞。

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Sharks help coral reefs by eliminating predators that prey on the small fish that keep the coral healthy, a study found. 一項研究發現,鯊魚通過消除捕食保持珊瑚健康的小魚的獵食者來幫助珊瑚礁。

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The IMF left its projections for global output growth unchanged at 3.5 percent this year and 3.6 percent in 2018. 國際貨幣基金組織預測今年全球成長率將保持在3.5%,而在2018年則為3.6%。

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British cyclist Chris Froome clinched a third straight and fourth overall Tour de France title on Sunday. 英國自行車選手克里斯福洛姆週日贏得連續第三(及總數第四次)環法自行車賽冠軍。

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Trump's approval rating has dipped even lower

Trump's approval rating has dipped even lower

After nearly six months in office, his approval rating has dipped to 36 percent, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll.
New poll: Trump's approval rating dips to 36 per cent

New poll: Trump's approval rating dips to 36 per cent

After nearly six months in office, US President Donald Trump's approval rating has dipped to 36 per cent, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.Hi
Erdogan vows harsh measures against 'traitors' during mass rally

Erdogan vows harsh measures against 'traitors' during mass rally

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed Saturday to carry out harsh measures against alleged putschists, stressing he would seek to bring back the death penalty, during a mass rally on a bridge in Istanbul attended by hundreds of thousands.
Men to the right, women to the left: Europe's last segregated beach

Men to the right, women to the left: Europe's last segregated beach

In Trieste, a former Iron Curtain outpost near Italy's border with Yugoslavia, the end of the Cold War and the European Union's expansion have erased decades-old barriers between East and West.
Female foreign fighters found in Mosul, victory celebrated in Baghdad

Female foreign fighters found in Mosul, victory celebrated in Baghdad

Iraqi counter-terrorism units detained twenty female Islamic State members from a tunnel discovered under a Mosul Old City neighbourhood, days after the recapture of the city.
Muguruza claims second major with Wimbledon sweep of Venus Williams

Muguruza claims second major with Wimbledon sweep of Venus Williams

Garbine Muguruza won her second grand slam title in just over a year with a 7-5, 6-0 defeat of Venus Williams for a first Wimbledon title on Saturday.
Turkey marks first anniversary of failed coup with series of events

Turkey marks first anniversary of failed coup with series of events

Turkey marks one year since a faction in the military attempted a coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, setting off a state-of-emergency government crackdown that's still ongoing.
Five acid attacks happened in London in just 72 minutes

Five acid attacks happened in London in just 72 minutes

A 16-year-old has been arrested in connection with the crimes, which police say was a means of stealing victims' mopeds.
A court has kicked 4 Hong Kong lawmakers out of parliament, making it a rubber stamp for Beijing

A court has kicked 4 Hong Kong lawmakers out of parliament, making it a rubber stamp for Beijing

The court disqualified the four for deviating from the standard oath of office when they were sworn in late last year.
Protesters have turned out to support a Taiwanese man's landmark same-sex court case in Japan

Protesters have turned out to support a Taiwanese man's landmark same-sex court case in Japan

The man faces deportation despite having lived with his same-sex Japanese partner for over 20 years.
Like clockwork, China has complained about the world paying respect to Liu Xiaobo

Like clockwork, China has complained about the world paying respect to Liu Xiaobo

China has lodged protests with the United States, Germany and the United Nations, among others.
India's age-old caste bias isn't going away, even with a historic election

India's age-old caste bias isn't going away, even with a historic election

India is witnessing its first-ever election contest between candidates from the lowest Hindu caste for the country's highest post: the presidency.
A bad font choice is bringing down a political dynasty in Pakistan

A bad font choice is bringing down a political dynasty in Pakistan

It's being called font gate and it's all about Calibiri, the Panama Papers and London property.
Chinese Customs reports imports drop from North Korea

Chinese Customs reports imports drop from North Korea

China's imports from North Korea have seen a drastic drop in the past four months and it "has strictly abided" by United Nations Security Council resolutions, a customs official said.
'No cause for alarm': China downplays military flights over Japanese strait

'No cause for alarm': China downplays military flights over Japanese strait

Chinese military planes flying over the Miyako Strait is a routine exercise and no cause for alarm or speculation, the Chinese Defense Ministry said on Friday.
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