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August, 26, 2016

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Pickpocket monsters
A Korean woman, circled, is seen in this photo taken from surveillance camera footage from a store in New Taipei's Pingxi District. The woman, surnamed Park, and two men were accused of pickpocketing tourists in the popular tourist town of goods worth NT$20,000 earlier in the week. She was caught Friday, Aug. 19 after a shopkeeper recognized her and alerted the police.
 
Two suspects have been arrested in New Taipei for stealing credit card numbers and using them to make online purchases, according to the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB).
 
The Finance Ministry's National Taxation Bureau of Taipei (NTBT, 台北國稅局) said Thursday it had evidence showing ride-hailing service Uber evaded tax payments in Taiwan.
 
'Yahoo' for office workers
Yahoo executives and corporate partners pose for a group photo at a health food brand awards ceremony at Le Meridien Taipei (台北寒舍艾美) on Thursday, Aug. 18.
 
Twenty alleged members of a New Taipei City gang have recently been arrested by police on charges of extortion, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) said.
 
Universiade gear
The interior of the 29th Summer Universiade games village is shown in Taipei on Monday, Aug. 15. The Universiade is slated for next Aug. 19 to 30.
 
6,000 participants take part in National Dance Expo 2016 in Keelung
The annual National Dance Expo 2016 opened at National Taiwan Ocean University in Keelung on Saturday with around 6,000 participants from across Taiwan.
 
(Pokemon) Go donate
Students and teachers take to the streets to seek funding for persistent vegetative state patients on Sunday, Aug. 14.
 
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je said Saturday his city would be well-prepared for any "tricks" that the mainland Chinese side may pull during an upcoming cross-strait forum, to which Shanghai is sending a highly ideological figure as head of its delegation.
 
A Northern Taiwan-based loan shark ring run by a naturalized citizen who allegedly forced Vietnamese to work as prostitutes to pay her debts was busted earlier this month, announced the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB, 刑事局).
 
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