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Obama warns Trump against changing US' Taiwan policy
U.S. President Barack Obama warned that any abandonment of the "one China" policy by President-elect Donald Trump may jeopardize peace across the Taiwan Strait.
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U.S. President Barack Obama's latest comments on the significance of maintaining the cross-strait status quo were intended as a warning to President-elect Donald Trump against changing the "one China" framework, a Taiwanese observer said Saturday.
 
A total of around 2,400 Taiwanese suspected telecom fraudsters were arrested abroad between 2011 and 2016, with some 2,000 of them already sent back to Taiwan, 219 still detained in mainland China and 150 held in other countries, according to the statistics released on Friday by the Ministry of Justice (MOJ).
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Japan's de facto embassy in Taiwan said it would continue to lobby for lifting import restrictions on products from areas around the Fukushima fallout zone, after an announcement that the ban would not be lifted until border inspections are tightened.
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Tsai lauds Taiwan-US ties as Trump era looms
Tsai Ing-wen praised the Obama administration's handling of Taiwan-U.S relations, while vowing to maintain regional peace under Donald Trump's presidency, at a closed-door meeting with foreign dignitaries on Thursday.
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'Continuity' needed in US-Taiwan policy, says ex-US official
A former senior U.S. official on Wednesday stressed the importance of "continuity and consistency" in U.S. policy toward Taiwan in the wake of President-elect Donald Trump's questioning of the "one China" policy.
 
An annual seminar on security dialogue involving Taiwan, the United States, Japan and their Asia-Pacific partners will take place Wednesday in Taipei, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Tuesday.
 
The Tsai administration plans to push for an overhaul of laws governing foreign workers, the Presidential Office said.
 
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has urged travelers to Guatemala not to carry banned flu medicine, after a Taiwanese national was detained in the Central American country.
 
Taiwan and the Philippines held a meeting under their Joint Science and Technology Commission in Taipei Friday, in an effort to boost cooperation in natural disaster prevention and personnel exchanges, officials said.
 
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