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Military on watch before S. China Sea ruling
The Taiwan military has prepared contingency measures ahead of an upcoming ruling by an international court on a dispute between the Philippines and China over the South China Sea, Defense Minister Feng Shih-kuan (馮世寬) said on Thursday.
 
Three Taiwanese were arrested in two separate drug raids in the Philippines on Tuesday, in the latest crackdown on drugs in the Southeast Asian country.
 
Representatives from Taiwan and the Czech Republic have recently signed a scientific cooperation pact to promote research cooperation between young scientists in the two countries to pave the way for them to seek projects from various European Union (EU) institutions...
 
The United States has reassured Taiwan of its continuing cooperation after Taiwan's Navy mistakenly fired a live missile into the Taiwan Strait on July 1.
 
Taiwanese diplomats visited four Taiwanese nationals arrested in Bangkok Sunday for using counterfeit bank cards, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
 
On the last stopover in the U.S. during her first overseas visit since taking office, President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) spoke with several U.S. elected officials and appealed to them to support Taiwan's bid to join a key free-trade group and to help ensure its security.
 
Taiwan has briefed the home countries of the two foreign fishing workers injured when a missile was accidentally fired from a Taiwanese military base Friday morning, hitting the fishing boat carrying the migrants, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said.
 
The United Kingdom hopes to continue to work closely with Taiwan after the UK voted to exit the European Union in a referendum, the British Office in Taiwan said Tuesday.
 
Tsai arrives in Panama on state trip
President Tsai Ing-wen arrived in Panama City on Saturday, local time, on her first overseas state trip since taking office on May 20, after making a transit stop in Miami, Florida and meeting with U.S. representatives.
 
Tsai arrives in US, meets Senator Marco Rubio
President Tsai Ing-wen Friday arrived in the United States en-route to her first official trip to Latin America, meeting U.S. Senator Marco Rubio during her stopover in Florida.
 
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