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Police not made to drop diplomat charges: Pres. Office
The Presidential Office on Wednesday denied it had pressured police to drop charges against a senior Turkish diplomat. The diplomat was involved in a scuffle with local police officers while he was reportedly drunk.
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After over two years of protests, the government has reached a compensation agreement with freeway toll booth operators who lost their jobs after the introduction of electronic fare collection and for whom new jobs were promised but not delivered.
 
Protesters demand NT$126 hourly minimum wage
Protesters demanding a higher minimum hourly wage clashed with police officers outside the Labor Ministry Wednesday morning as they chased after a government official for answers.
 
Special Investigation Division (SID, 特偵組) prosecutors yesterday requested the court detention of two CTBC executives, saying there was evidence the executives colluded with witnesses and planned to destroy evidence related to a separate ongoing trial.
 
Special Investigation Division (SID, 特偵組) prosecutors yesterday requested the court detention of two CTBC executives, saying there was evidence the executives colluded with witnesses and planned to destroy evidence related to a separate ongoing trial.
 
Special Investigation Division (SID, 特偵組) prosecutors yesterday requested the court detention of two CTBC executives, saying there was evidence the executives colluded with witnesses and planned to destroy evidence related to a separate ongoing trial.
 
Prosecutors have charged the driver of Tuesday's fatal Pingtung Country tank incident with negligence, yet the driver maintains that the vehicle's brakes were faulty.
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Three tropical depressions have formed in the Pacific but none of them are expected to affect Taiwan, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said Wednesday.
 
Taiwanese business owners in Indonesia have set up a Formosa Technology Center to train Indonesian workers, a move they hope will serve as an example of how Taiwan can push ahead its "New Southbound Policy" in Southeast Asia.
 
With the Hualien City mayorship up for grabs at a by-election in less than two weeks, the opposition Kuomintang (KMT) is mobilizing for its first electoral contest since its devastating national defeat in January.
 
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