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North Korea has threatened a nuclear strike “at the heart of the U.S.” if Washington attempts regime change. 北韓威脅如果華盛頓試圖推翻北韓政權,該國將對「美國核心地帶」進行核攻擊。

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U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to announce that Hon Hai will set up a new plant in Wisconsin. 美國總統川普預計會宣布鴻海將在威斯康辛州建立新工廠。

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Medics were astonished to find 27 contact lenses buried behind the eye of a woman due to have cataract surgery. 醫生在一位即將進行白內障手術的婦女眼睛內發現了27片隱形眼鏡,驚訝萬分。

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A Volkswagen manager is set to plead guilty in the U.S. over the company's emissions cheating scandal. 福斯汽車的一名經理將在美國的碳排放作弊醜聞案中認罪。

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Angel Maria Villar has been suspended as president of the Spanish Football Federation for one year. 西班牙足球聯合會主席韋拿被停職一年。

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Nestle has a new kind of triangle to guide kids' health

Nestle has a new kind of triangle to guide kids' health

It's the Healthy Kids Golden Triangle, which comprises "healthy eating," "happy exercising" and "every day."
China has complained about 'negative' Taiwan measures in US military budget

China has complained about 'negative' Taiwan measures in US military budget

The National Defense Authorization Act, which the U.S. House passed Friday, supports expanded military exchanges with Taiwan.
Chinese athletes will attend the Universiade after all

Chinese athletes will attend the Universiade after all

In May, China declined to register for the group events, and there had been speculation it may also send no athletes for the individual events.
Taiwan's US envoy has used a letter on Liu Xiaobo to the Washington Post to call for Lee Ming-che's release

Taiwan's US envoy has used a letter on Liu Xiaobo to the Washington Post to call for Lee Ming-che's release

Representative Stanley Kao also writes that 'Mr. Liu's lifelong beliefs are the core values we live by in Taiwan.'
Despite huge losses, the KMT is still Taiwan's richest party

Despite huge losses, the KMT is still Taiwan's richest party

The party reported assets totaling NT$18.1 billion for last year, even after losing NT$800 million since 2015.
Taiwan ties with US for top spot at chemistry competition, beating out China and over 70 other countries

Taiwan ties with US for top spot at chemistry competition, beating out China and over 70 other countries

Both Taiwan and the US picked up four gold medals in this year's International Chemistry Olympiad, putting them at the top of the medal tally.
Indonesian trade office is seeking to reel in Taiwanese investment

Indonesian trade office is seeking to reel in Taiwanese investment

Taiwan's pivot to Southeast Asia seems to be being reciprocated, at least in the case of Indonesia.
Shihlien Chemical uses salt as agent for industrial transformation

Shihlien Chemical uses salt as agent for industrial transformation

Salt, or sodium chloride, is a compound with a simple composition and structure, present in tremendous amount on Earth: In the ocean alone, there are 36,000 billion tons of it, while on land there are hundreds of billions of tons more.
Taiwan's birth rate is declining -- again

Taiwan's birth rate is declining -- again

The number of births in the first half of the year has fallen compared to the same period last year -- putting 2017 on track to have the lowest birth rate since the aftermath of the 2008-2009 economic crisis.
Long read: Six months into the no-kill policy, we look inside Taiwan's shelters

Long read: Six months into the no-kill policy, we look inside Taiwan's shelters

Although the policy ended the euthanizing of healthy animals, it also exacerbated problems like overcrowding and underfunding.
Taiwan's birth rate is declining — again

Taiwan's birth rate is declining — again

The number of births in the first half of the year has fallen compared to the same period last year -- putting 2017 on track to have the lowest birth rate since the aftermath of the 2008-2009 economic crisis, the Taiwan Association of Obstetrics and Gynecology warned on Tuesday.
Taiwan president mourns Liu Xiaobo, says China won't be great until it accepts his ideas

Taiwan president mourns Liu Xiaobo, says China won't be great until it accepts his ideas

Tsai Ing-wen says China turning toward democracy would be a turning point in cross-strait ties.
Taiwan activist group wants Taiwan's troops to have 'Taiwan-loving tunes'

Taiwan activist group wants Taiwan's troops to have 'Taiwan-loving tunes'

'There's absolutely nothing in the songs that identify with the land of Taiwan,' protesters say.
What is the 'I am not killing myself' Declaration?

What is the 'I am not killing myself' Declaration?

Do you know too much? Worried about foul play? This is the declaration for you.
Taiwan is gearing up to ease visa rules for these three countries

Taiwan is gearing up to ease visa rules for these three countries

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the measures being drawn up would apply to travelers from Vietnam, India and Indonesia.
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