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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.
 
Taiwan's Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) co-organized a workshop on ICT for older people, at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), according to a press release from the school.
 
The Ministry of National Defense (MND) on Tuesday stressed that Taiwan's military has never recruited U.S. military personnel to collect confidential information from the U.S.
 
A total of 31 Taiwanese nationals were arrested in Indonesia on alleged involvement in cyber fraud, during a raid by Indonesian police last week.
 
An Indonesian official has praised the quality of Taiwanese electronic products, describing them as probably comparable to those made in Japan, at least in the Asian region.
 
Peru's representative in Taiwan, Pedro A. Guevara, lauded Taiwan's core values of diligence, amiability and honesty, which he said are precious to foreign people, in a recent interview with CNA.
 
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