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President Tsai Ing-wen received credentials from new Republic of Nauru Ambassador to the Republic of China Chitra Jeremiah at the Presidential Office Wednesday.
 
The first-ever meeting of a Taiwan-Japan maritime affairs dialogue mechanism, originally slated for Thursday, will be postponed, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced on Tuesday.
 
U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is not expected to have a different stance on Taiwan or the "one China" policy than President Barack Obama if she is elected in November, one of her advisers said Monday.
 
The long-term efforts by the Overseas Community Affairs Council to nurture overseas Chinese students and establish contacts with Taiwanese businessmen in Southeast Asia will be a major boost to the country's "New Southbound Policy," an official said Monday.
 
Taiwan's Legislature established a new parliamentary association to promote exchanges with parliamentarians from African countries and advance bilateral relations.
 
The National Immigration Agency (NIA) has turned over a Taiwanese woman to the Pingtung District Prosecutors Office for the alleged abuse of a Vietnamese worker.
 
The Education Ministry's Youth Development Administration announced Friday that 500 slots will be available for Taiwanese youth to travel to France beginning Aug. 8. on a mutual working holiday agreement.
 
Turkey is as safe as any country in the West: envoy
Turkey is just as safe as any Western country despite a recent failed military coup, the country's top envoy to Taiwan said Friday.
 
U.S. Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump has yet to articulate his East Asia policy and it is concerning, a former adviser to Mitt Romney and Marco Rubio told Taiwanese reporters Tuesday.
 
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said that the ministry welcomed a move by the U.S. Republican Party to include the "Six Assurances" into the party's platform.
 
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