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Lawmakers lambasted the National Defense Ministry on Tuesday as local media reported that the nation's top intelligence agency charged with gathering intelligence about mainland Chinese affairs was hacked earlier this year.
 
Following an announcement by the Presidential Office that President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) plans to set up a judicial reform committee in the office and lead it herself, judges described the decision Tuesday as "hot-headed and naive."
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Taiwanese netizens are showing their fascination with the Olympic Games through surging keyword searches for related topics, Google Inc. said Tuesday.
 
Suspected of killing an 8-year-old girl in Taipei's Beitou District by cutting her throat in March, Kung Chung-an claimed during his second hearing that he did not have any psychiatric issues.
 
Court officers wounded as court opens on cat-killing case
Agitated animal rights activists wounded two court officials as they mobbed alleged cat-killer Chan Ho-yeung (陳皓揚) outside the Taipei District Court Tuesday afternoon.
 
Three dead after tank falls into stream in Pingtung
Three military personnel were killed on Tuesday after their tank fell into a stream in Pingtung when returning from a training drill, according to the Defense Ministry.
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Tsai's approval rating slides to 45.5% as administration nears its hundredth day
President Tsai Ing-wen's approval rating has fallen from 53.2 percent in July to 45.5 percent, according to a poll released by Taiwan Indicators Survey Research (TISR, 台灣指標民調) on Monday.
 
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) fined the National Defense University NT$1 million on Monday for suspending an HIV-positive student, who accused the school of discriminating against him based on his health status.
 
Group demands apology for 'comfort women' in WWII
Monday marks the 71st anniversary of Japan's surrender in World War II, as women rights' groups protested on behalf of "comfort women" -- girls and women forcibly recruited and raped at Japan's military stations -- demanding a formal apology and compensation from Tokyo for sex slavery under Japanese colonial rule.
 
Tsai vows to tackle Lanyu nuke waste issue
President Tsai Ing-wen pledged Monday to prioritize the issue of nuclear waste storage on Orchid Island (Lanyu), during her second visit to the offshore island since assuming office.
 
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