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October, 27, 2016

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Drug-laced gummy bears
A pack of gummy candy allegedly laced with MDMA is seen in this photo released by the Tainan Police on Wednesday, Oct. 26. The two gummy candy packs were found by police on a man during a recent inspection at a nightclub, along with an instant coffee package laced with ketamine.
New AIT Chairman James Moriarty arrives in Taiwan
New American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Chairman James Moriarty has arrived in the country on his first trip since being appointed, the AIT announced Monday.
Taiwan sailor freed by Somali pirates
A Taiwanese sailor has been released after being held captive by Somali pirates for over four years, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA, 外交部) confirmed on Sunday.
President urges support for Taiwan in global disease control
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) called during a health forum Sunday for support for Taiwan to join global cooperation in disease control amid increasing cross-border travel and cargo exchanges that she said could heighten the challenges in preventing epidemic disease.
Tunghai University is promoting an international exchange program allowing Taiwan's student to do internships in other countries, with many local and foreign universities and companies having already joined it.
Taiwan-Netherlands innovation exhibition on island-wide tour
The Taiwan-Netherlands City Innovation Exhibition, the largest innovation exchange event held by the two nations, began on Thursday, Oct. 13, and will visit seven cities and counties in Taiwan between Thursday and Oct. 28.
Taiwan said Friday that it has no fishery cooperation with North Korea, denying a South Korean news report that Taiwanese fishing vessels have been paying North Korea to fish in its waters.
The German Trade Office Taipei recently organized the first German-Taiwanese Offshore Wind Summit on behalf the City of Bremen, which brought experts together to facilitate cooperation with leading wind energy companies.
St. Vincent PM affirms ties with ROC
The leader of Taiwan's Caribbean ally, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, has personally affirmed his country's solid diplomatic ties with the R.O.C., a Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) official said on Thursday.
Lawmaker slams gov't over Alstom probe
The government faced criticism Wednesday for insufficiently investigating charges that French firm Alstom bribed government officials to win business in Taiwan.
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