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MOFA has not asked Japan to deny passports with 'Taiwan' stickers
Taiwan has not asked officials at Japan's Kansai International Airport to invalidate passports carried by Taiwanese nationals with "Republic of Taiwan" stickers on the cover, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said on Thursday.
 
Elder statesman woos France with puppets
You may not have heard of the name Michel Ching-long Lu (呂慶龍) but you may have seen a short clip that went viral over the internet in which Taiwan's top envoy to France was seen promoting his country to French audiences with traditional glove puppets.
 
Taiwan envoy to US reassures on ties
Taiwan's representative to the U.S. Stanley Kao (高碩泰) gave reassurance about the stability of Taiwan-U.S. ties during a Lunar New Year Parade on Sunday, Jan. 29.
 
Nine armored troop carriers seized by Hong Kong on the way back to Singapore
Nine Singapore armored troop carriers impounded by Hong Kong while in transit from military exercises in Taiwan are on their way back home, the city-state's defence minister said Friday.
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Former president Ma Ying-jeou to visit US in February
Former President Ma Ying-jeou will visit the United States next month to deliver speeches related to cross-strait and Taiwan-US relations.
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German Institute director's statement on Int'l Holocaust Remembrance Day
The following is the speech from the Director General of the German Institute, Martin Eberts, on the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which falls on Jan. 27.
 
Recently retired U.S. congressman Matt Salmon could be the next de facto U.S. ambassador to Taiwan, an American scholar has said.
 
More suspected sexual assaults involving Korean tourists have been reported following the arrest of a taxi driver in Taipei for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting a woman from South Korea, the Yonhap News Agency reported Wednesday.
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Wednesday thanked the nation's two remaining diplomatic allies in Africa for their strong support, despite Beijing's attempts to woo them with money.
 
Seafarer's death highlights interpreter shortage
"It is difficult to leave this place ... I'm often insulted by the captain, too. Here is a victim of violence on this ship," Indonesian seafarer Mualip said in his recorded video of fellow seafarer Supriyanto, who is shown sitting dazed on deck of a ship that left Pingtung's Dong Gang harbor in May.
 
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