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July, 26, 2016

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Taiwan's National Policy Agency (NPA) and the Royal Swaziland Police Service signed a pact Tuesdayto jointly combat cross-border crime.
 
Stanley Kao, Taiwan's new representative to the United States, arrived in Washington on Sunday to take up his post.
 
President Tsai Ing-wen met with a delegation of Guatemalan congressmen, led by its speaker Mario Taracena, at the Presidential Office on Monday, and pledged to promote cooperative projects between the two countries.
 
US top diplomat Moy lauds Taiwan as a top source of int'l students
The U.S.' top envoy to Taiwan on Friday praised Taiwan as one of the top sources for international students to America as the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) held a special Student Visa Day event to welcome local students who will soon be heading to the U.S. for study.
 
Communications with Kenya authorities to prevent more Taiwanese citizens detained on fraud charges from being deported to China "went not as smoothly as planned," government officials confessed Thursday.
 
Political sea change
Ex-Kuomintang (KMT) lawmaker Lin Yu-fang (林郁方), right, speaks at the KMT central headquarters on Thursday, June 2. Lin described the new government's position on the Okinotori atoll dispute as "incompetent and deceitful
 
Taiwan is seeking to be listed next year by the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) as a country free of foot and-mouth disease with vaccination, the Council of Agriculture said Thursday.
 
Opposition Kuomintang (KMT) lawmakers blocked Foreign Minister David Lee (李大維) from giving a scheduled report at the Legislative Yuan on Thursday morning after Health Minister Lin Tsou-yen (林奏延) failed to appear for the same session.
 
Taiwan's top envoy to Turkey has met with R.O.C. citizens currently detained in the country under fraud charges, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said on Wednesday.
 
Shares in Taiwan closed higher Wednesday on the back of strong buying in large-cap stocks, in particular in the bellwether electronics sector, as investors took cues from the gains posted by high-tech stocks on Wall Street overnight to place buying orders, dealers said.
 
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