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February, 20, 2017

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The Taipei-based Global Mobile Corp. on Monday called on the National Communications Commission (NCC) to return frequency spectrum that was taken by the government last year.
 
The Government is scheduled to hold anti-terrorism exercises in preparation for the 2017 Universiade Games this August in Taipei, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) announced on Tuesday.
 
Cabbie indicted for sexual assault on South Koreans
Taipei prosecutors indicted a taxi driver Tuesday for drugging three women from South Korea and sexually assaulting one of them last month, demanding a prison sentence of 15 years.
 
Bus in crash killing 32 exceeded speed limit: authorities
Authorities have determined that a tour bus that careened off a freeway exit ramp in Taipei Monday evening killing 32 on board had exceeded the speed limit.
 
28 feared dead as bus falls off freeway in Taipei
A tour bus fell off a mountain slope in Northern Taiwan Monday night, with 17 passengers reportedly found without vital signs as rescue operations continued as of press time.
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Bird flu spreads north
The government was urged Monday to issue its highest warning level as the bird flu outbreak continued its steady spread north.
 
The Yilan government said Monday it had set up a checkpoint on the Taipei-Yilan Expressway to disinfect all poultry-carrying vehicles entering the county, in an effort to stem the spread of bird flu amid a growing outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5N6 avian influenza virus.
 
Mass protests planned for Fukushima anniversary
Anti-nuclear protesters said they expected to attract 220,000 people to a series of marches across Taiwan marking the anniversary of the Fukushima disaster on March 11.
 
Taiwanese officials and media reports are blaming a cold spell for the deaths of more than 150 people, most of them elderly and sick, over the past several days.
 
Coffee procurement delegation starts coffee tasting in Panama
A Taiwanese coffee procurement delegation had their first taste of Panama coffee at Finca La Ponderosa, a local coffee farm, on Sunday.
 
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