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Legal action against Taiwanese nationals who have failed to repay debts to R.O.C. overseas offices has proven effective, a Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) official said on Thursday.
The head of Taiwan's delegation to the Rio Olympics apologized on Tuesday after female weightlifter Lin Tzu-chi (林子琦) was suspended because of an abnormal doping test.
A Taiwanese weightlifter is waiting for World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) test results to learn whether they will be allowed to compete at the Rio Games, a top sports official said Tuesday.
The Republic of China (Taiwan) government will work with the new president of Sao Tome and Principe to strengthen diplomatic relations between the two countries, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Tuesday, in response to the outcome of the West African ally's presidential runoff election.
Students help build computer room
This file photo provided by a volunteer team from Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology (STUST) shows Taiwanese college students interacting with Philippine students in a computer room in August.
Antonio Chiang (江春男) Taiwan's newly appointed representative to Singapore, canceled his flight to that country Saturday afternoon, when he was scheduled to travel to take up his post, according to airline personnel.
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The government is still working to bring home five Taiwanese who were acquitted of criminal charges in Kenya on Friday, Premier Lin Chuan said Saturday, amid worry that the five people would be handed over to China.
VP to make state trip to Dominican Republic
Vice President Chen Chien-jen is slated to embark on his first diplomatic trip Aug. 13 to attend the president of the Dominican Republic's inauguration ceremony, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced Friday.
The government is striking a confident tone in the face of a report on a breakthrough in relations between mainland China and the Vatican, Taiwan's only European diplomatic ally.
Yuriko Koike, the newly elected governor of Tokyo, said Thursday that Japan and Taiwan have built a solid partnership for mutual assistance in times of natural disasters.
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