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National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT) students show off their award for outstanding paper at this year's National Model United Nations in New York on Thursday, March 30. Thirteen NTUT students joined more than 5,000 students from 300 universities across the globe in the event this year. They were awarded Outstanding Position Paper on High-level Political Forum and the International Atomic Energy Association.
 
An R.O.C. citizen has been detained since earlier this week by Hungarian authorities on telecoms-fraud charges, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said on Wednesday.
 
Japan MP calls for patience amid changing times
Nations that support free trade such as Japan and Taiwan should be patient and wait out the current hostile political trend, Keisuke Suzuki, director of the Youth Division of Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party, said on Monday during the last day of his visit to Taiwan.
 
Trump, Xi won't sign 4th communique at their upcoming meeting: ex-US official
There is no plan for the U.S. to sign a fourth communique with China during the upcoming scheduled meeting between President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, a visiting ex-U.S. official said on Friday.
 
An airline company has apologized over the recent 35-hour detention of a Taiwanese tourist who was held in a Malaysian airport because of a "damaged passport" earlier this month, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA).
 
Taiwan might be able to gain a new diplomatic ally, according to a foreign media report.
 
Taiwan's Foreign Ministry on Tuesday said that reports of a Fourth Joint Communique -- one making it binding for the U.S. to abide by "One China" policy -- so far were "pure rumor."
 
The U.S. State Department said Tuesday that there has been no change to the country's "One China" policy since President Donald Trump took office in January.
 
The United States could put heavy pressure on Taiwan in the future because with Donald Trump as president, Washington might exert pressure on Taipei, not just on trade and economic issues, but also on issues related to arms sales and currency policy, a scholar said Tuesday.
 
Foreign Minister David Lee (李大維) on Monday issued a warning about Taiwan's diplomatic ties with some of its Caribbean allies, but said the ministry had taken remedial measures and that bilateral relations had stabilized.
 
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