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September, 28, 2016

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Eviction fight reaches Ketagalan
Protesters on Ketagalan Boulevard roared, chanted and cried on Sunday afternoon as they pleaded with the Tsai administration to halt land expropriation projects and return them to their homes.
In refinery's shadow, life unstable for Yunlin students
"So, are the students fitting in alright?"
 > Yunlin
The Central Weather Bureau issued a sea warning Sunday as Typhoon Megi approached Taiwan.
The Taipei City Government continued to hemorrhage senior officials Sunday, with news of the resignation of Education Department chief Tang Chih-min (湯志民).
 > Taipei
Former President Lee Teng-hui was discharged from Taipei Veterans General Hospital on Sunday afternoon after a dizzy spell the previous night left him hospitalized, according to his office director Wang Yan-chun.
XPEC Entertainment Inc. Chief Executive Officer Aaron Hsu was to be held overnight for questioning Sunday after an appellate court overturned his bail, which was previously set at NT$10 million.
A Taiwanese businessman was attacked and robbed in Indonesia's capital recently, alerting Taiwanese businesses operating in the country to the potential safety risks existing there.
Fu Jen Catholic University President Chiang Han-sun offered an apology in a statement issued Sunday over the school's handling of a rape case, saying that as the president, he was duty bound to express regret and sadness for the university's failure to protect the victim from a second assault.
Taiwan's stock market will likely encounter technical corrections in the near future after a strong showing this past week resulting from aggressive foreign institutional buying, according to fund manager Wei Yung-hsiang.
Come-from-behind win
Puyuan's Chen Chien-en, center, makes a throw over Taiwan Beer's Chiu Chin-lung during a 2016 Taiwan Strait basketball tournament game in Hualien on Sunday, Sept. 25. Puyuan defeated Taiwan Beer 89-87.
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