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May, 26, 2016

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The Taipei Cultural and Economic Delegation in Geneva said it remained optimistic that Taiwan would receive an invitation to observe at this year's World Health Assembly (WHA).
 
The Ministry of the Interior expressed willingness Monday to assist Taiwan-based Ukrainian actress and model Larisa Bakurova in her efforts to seek Republic of China citizenship.
 
A Taiwanese delegation was allowed to attend a meeting of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in the Belgian capital of Brussels Tuesday, despite being asked to leave the previous day due to pressure from China.
 
Malaysia will deport to Taiwan the remaining 32 Taiwanese fraud suspects being held in detention there, after completing necessary procedures, Taiwan's envoy to Malaysia James Chang said.
 
Two Taiwanese citizens and two Chinese nationals have been arrested in the Philippines in connection with illegal drug trade, Philippine police said Monday.
 
Taiwanese in quake brought to safety
Thirty-nine Taiwanese students and tourists in Japan's quake-struck Kumamoto Prefecture were brought to safety on Sunday, with seven stranded Taiwanese nationals still awaiting rescue, Taiwanese officials said that day.
 
The Taiwan government has donated funds in the amount of US$592,000 for relief work in earthquake-hit Kumamoto prefecture on Japan's Kyushu Island, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA).
 
Malaysia to deport 32 fraud suspects to Taiwan
The Malaysian government will send another 32 Taiwanese phone fraud suspects back to Taiwan, despite Beijing's request to have them deported to mainland China, the Central News Agency (CNA) reported on Saturday from Kuala Lumpur, citing remarks by Malaysian officials in wire service reports.
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Taiwan will donate 10 million Japanese yen (US$92,036) to Japan to assist it with relief efforts after a strong earthquake hit the southern part of the country, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
 
Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) is working with the International College of Surgeons (ICS) to provide medical assistance to Indonesia, Swaziland, Nigeria and Peru, a Taiwanese official said.
 
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