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Court charges three officers for negligence
The Kaohsiung District Prosecutors Office on Monday pressed charges against three military personnel for professional negligence over the accidental firing of a missile last month, which killed one fisherman and injured three others.
 
Ex-finance chief summoned in Mega Bank probe
The Taipei District Prosecutors Office summoned former Ministry of Finance (MOF, 財政部) head Chang Sheng-ford (張盛和) for questioning, Monday.
 
V Air workers question legality of mass layoffs
V Air employees on Monday staged a second protest only 10 days after the first, demanding that the Taipei City government step up its actions against what they called unlawful mass layoffs at a local budget airline.
 
Tsai vows reform of sports associations
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) vowed institutional reform of sports associations at an event for the returning Rio 2016 Olympic squad at the Presidential Office on Monday.
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My Humble House managing director confident about future of hotel market
Riding on growing revenues, the five-star Sheraton Grand Taipei Hotel (喜來登) and Le Meridien Taipei (寒舍艾美) operator My Humble House Hospitality Management Consulting (寒舍餐旅管理顧問) went public in May.
 
Tsai sees approval ratings tumble in new survey
The administration's honeymoon period appears to be drawing to an end, with survey results released at a press conference Monday showing that President Tsai Ing-wen's disapproval rating had risen 24 percentage points since she took office in May.
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Yunlin parents and children occupy campus to protest government order
Students and parents occupied a school near the Sixth Naphtha refinery on Monday morning, defying a Cabinet order which closed the institution over carcinogen exposure fears.
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Ever since Franklin D. Roosevelt led a concerted and unprecedented national effort to lift the United States out of the Great Depression, the first hundred days of any presidency has become a benchmark against which to measure a leader's power and influence.
 
Shares in Taiwan closed lower Monday although they bounced back from losses early in the session as the financial sector lent support to the broader market, dealers said.
 
Taiwan will open talks with the opposition party in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, after the party president pledged to switch the country's diplomatic recognition to Beijing.
 
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