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Killed by fishing nets
This file photo shows a green sea turtle found dead on a beach near the Liaolo Bay estuary on the outlying island of Kinmen at the end of June. The Department of Economic Affairs under Kinmen County confirmed on Monday, July 18 that the turtle was twined to death by fishing nets, citing the result of an investigation by the National Taiwan Ocean University. However, where the turtle died remains unknown.
Fresh & Aged unveils flavorful steaks
A steakhouse is, in many cases, the go-to venue for anyone who desires an authentic dining experience.
Marine conservation groups rallied in front of the Palais de Chine (君品酒店) luxury hotel in Taipei, demanding that the hotel cancel its 51-day buffet offering all-you-can-eat collector urchins and oysters.
Feeling stumped
A man walks by a toppled tree in Taitung on Thursday, July 14.
Hague ruling takes atoll
Members of the Kuomintang Kaohsiung Council Caucus speak at a press conference in the southern port city on Thursday, July 14.
Police authorities in Northern Taiwan earlier this month arrested an alleged drug-smuggler who grew cannabis at home to profit from the sale of marijuana, the Criminal Investigation Bureau said (CIB).
Unfinished Taipei Dome a safety risk: Farglory
Farglory (遠雄) Chairman Chao Teng-hsiung (趙藤雄) hit back at the Taipei City Government Wednesday over the beleaguered Taipei Dome project, saying that the halt to construction of the project posed a major public safety risk.
Summer fun in Taoyuan
A woman, wearing protective gear and holding onto a rope, is ready to descend from a bridge to a creek below in the mountains of Taoyuan, Wednesday, July 13.
In the wake of reports of a sex abuse cover-up on a Taipei campus, a non-profit government organization on Wednesday urged the Education Ministry to do more to help victims of sexual assault.
Seeking the truth
Children stand with survivors of a massive landslide that killed 462 people of Kaohsiung's Xiaolin Village in 2009, outside a court building in Kaohsiung, Wednesday, July 13. Ahead of a compensation hearing, survivors of the disaster and families of the dead rallied outside the courthouse to demand "the truth" behind the tragedy.
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