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The Foreign Ministry respects the decision made by some of the nation's diplomatic allies not to speak up for Taiwan during the just concluded U.N. General Assembly session, a ministry spokeswoman has said.
 
Several countries that have diplomatic ties with Taiwan voiced support for Taipei's participation in the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) assembly on Tuesday.
 
Vietnam fishermen sue Taiwan steel firm over mass fish deaths
Hundreds of Vietnamese fishermen have filed claims seeking compensation from a Taiwanese steel company that acknowledged its toxic chemicals caused a massive fish kill, a local priest helping the fishermen said Tuesday.
 
Taiwan and Japan to sign emergency dispatch pact
Taiwan and Japan will soon sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to allow both countries to dispatch physicians and assistance systems to countries in the Asia-Pacific region, should large-scale emergency situations occur, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has announced.
 
Russia's representative in Taipei Dmitrii Polianskii said that his office is interested in promoting exchanges between media outlets in Taiwan and his country.
 
Six Taiwan tourists robbed in Pattaya
Six Taiwanese tourists were reportedly robbed after falling into a deep sleep at a resort in Pattaya Thursday evening.
 
The United States has replaced China to become Taiwan's largest debtor on the back of Taiwanese banks' efforts to tighten their control on lending to the Chinese mainland in a bid to lower possible risks down the road, according to the local central bank.
 
Washington encourages the two sides of the Taiwan Strait to engage each other on the basis of dignity and respect, a senior U.S. State Department official said Friday, after Taiwan was not invited to attend an upcoming International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) assembly, ..........
 
The High Court of Scotland on Friday reversed an initial ruling requiring a British citizen to be extradited back to Taiwan to serve his prison term for killing a local man while driving drunk in March 2010, Apple Daily reported Friday.
 
Four overseas offices 'on chopping block'
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) will propose closing four representative offices after reviewing the effectiveness of its 117 overseas outposts as part of efforts to make better use of its limited resources, a lawmaker said Tuesday.
 
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