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September, 29, 2016

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Two doctors were accused of falsely claiming approximately NT$60 million in insurance payouts over the past five years by issuing false medical certificates, officials said on Wednesday.
 
Theft-to-order
A "five-foot way" Western-style house, a historical site and a favorite spot for tourists in Chinsha Township, Kinmen County, is seen in this photo taken Wednesday, Sept. 21.
 
A Vietnamese woman has been taken into custody for abandoning her recently born baby girl at a temple in Taichung last week, local police said Wednesday.
 
Five days after a cargo ship drifted to Taiwan-controlled Kinmen from the Chinese city of Xiamen began to leak oil, authorities in Xiamen agreed to offer assistance with cleanup work.
 
Taiwan asks Google to blur military structures
The Coast Guard Administration said Tuesday it had asked Google to blur imagery of unidentified Taiping Island military structures viewable on its Earth and Maps services.
 
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.
 
Hsinchu is the happiest place in Taiwan: survey
Hsinchu City scored the highest this year on a happiness index ranking the cities and counties of Taiwan.
 
Two new 1,000-ton Class Coast Guard Administration cutters will be officially commissioned at a ceremony to be held at the Port of Kaohsiung on Wednesday, the CGA announced.
 
The Alishan Forest Railway in southern Taiwan will continue its suspension of runs on its main line Tuesday because of the difficulty and slow pace in removing rocks that blocked the tracks during landslides caused by heavy rain.
 
The Presidential Office opened its new permanent exhibition on Sunday, the first time a section of the office building has been open to public since the new government took office on May 20.
 
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