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The Kaohsiung City Government has said residents who were subject to land expropriation have been "misleading the public" and that all actions taken to relocate them were within the law.
Rescuers find remains of 3 lost on Wed.
Three residents were confirmed dead in a landslide triggered by Typhoon Megi in Kaohsiung City, the city government said Thursday.
Four absconded Vietnamese workers were arrested by police in Kaohsiung Friday, two of whom were found to be in illegal possession of weapons and drugs, according to local police.
Officers at the Kaohsiung City government's Department of Health seal a batch of frozen seafood stored in a warehouse in the southern port city on Friday, Sept. 23.
Sizihwan cleaned up
This satellite image released by the Port of Kaohsiung Taiwan International Ports Corporation on Tuesday, Sept. 20, shows the Sizihwan area in Gushan, Kaohsiung.
Oil spill
Oil spills from fishing vessels stranded on the shores of Siziwan (西子灣) in Kaohsiung, seen in this photo provided by the Coast Guard Administration (CGA) on Sunday, Sept. 18.
Rough seas
Four fishing boats that collided with each other overnight are seen stranded at the Kaohsiung port on Thursday, Sep. 15. According to the Port of Kaohsiung Taiwan International Ports Corporation, the Severe Typhoon Meranti caused the four fishing boats to crash into each other.
Up to 10 vessels in Kaohsiung Harbor broke loose from their moorings amid high seas caused by Typhoon Meranti as it moved off the coast of southern Taiwan Wednesday.
A brush with greatness
Kao Shu-chuan paints a watercolor landscape at a studio in Kaohsiung, Sunday, Sept. 11.
Illegal dumping
Waste piles up on a plot of land in Kaohsiung in this undated file photo released by the Kaohsiung District Prosecutors Office on Friday, Sept. 9. The prosecutors found a man surnamed Kong rented several plots of land in Kaohsiung and invited illegal waste disposal companies to dump garbage there at night, making over NT$1 million in profit.
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