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40 buildings collapsed in Mexico City, including a school where 21 kids and 4 adults, were killed after a quake shook the country. 墨西哥地震之後, 墨西哥城有40座建築物倒塌,其中包括一所有21名兒童和4名成年人遇害的學校。

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TAIWAN

Taiwan-based tech company HTC announced Thursday that it has sold part of its mobile division team to Google for US$1.1 billion. 台灣科技公司宏達電週四宣布,以11億美元的價格向Google出售部分行動部門團隊。

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LIFE

Researchers are testing a new treatment for ovarian cancer which may improve the quality of life for patients. 研究人員正在測試卵巢癌的新治療方法,可以改善患者的生活品質。

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Standard and Poor's has lowered China's sovereign credit rating due to risks associated with its increasing debt. 由於與債務增加有關的風險,標準普爾下調了中國的主權信用評級。

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Real Madrid were beaten 1-0 by Betis at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday to leave them seven points behind Barcelona. 皇家馬德里週三在聖地亞哥伯納烏被貝蒂斯以1-0打敗,落後巴塞羅那7分。

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William Lai appointed premier

William Lai appointed premier

Tainan Mayor William Lai was officially named as the next premier by President Tsai Ing-wen Tuesday.
Premier resigns, Cabinet reshuffle slated for Thursday

Premier resigns, Cabinet reshuffle slated for Thursday

Premier Lin Chuan and the entire Cabinet will resign on Thursday, the Executive Yuan announced Monday.
Conductor left behind by bullet train in Taiwan

Conductor left behind by bullet train in Taiwan

A bullet train left the platform without its conductor Monday after a system error shut the door on him.
New immigrant mothers use small coins to reach big dreams

New immigrant mothers use small coins to reach big dreams

Citi Foundation, Pearl S. Buck Foundations launch new financial book
Universiade mascot is looking for a job

Universiade mascot is looking for a job

Bravo, the Taipei Universiade mascot, is out of a job after the end of the sports meet. But it might not be unemployed for long.
'Heroes parade' draws tens of thousands

'Heroes parade' draws tens of thousands

In the day after the Universiade closing ceremony, the international delegations were packing up and leaving the Athletes' Village for home. Meanwhile, the host team athletes were on a different journey. They were traveling along the streets of Taipei in the "Taiwan Heroes Parade," waving to the tens of thousands who had gathered to cheer them on.
FISU, athletes heap praise on Universiade host city

FISU, athletes heap praise on Universiade host city

Taipei concluded the 2017 Summer Universiade in style Wednesday evening, with a riveting closing ceremony capping 13 days of competition.
'Heroes parade' to be held for Chinese Taipei athletes on Thursday

'Heroes parade' to be held for Chinese Taipei athletes on Thursday

Gold medal-winning weightlifter Kuo Hsing-chun and gymnast Lee Chih-kai will be among the home country athletes on the floats.
Jason Jung gets gold in men's tennis

Jason Jung gets gold in men's tennis

Chinese Taipei tennis ace Jason Jung, who gained his Republic of China citizenship only recently, trounced South Korea's Hong Seong-chan.
Host team takes all 4 billiards golds

Host team takes all 4 billiards golds

Chinese Taipei took all four gold medals awarded in billiards, a newly added demonstration sport in this Universiade.
Security strengthened for the closing ceremony

Security strengthened for the closing ceremony

Local police said some activist groups are planning to protest during the Universiade's closing ceremony on Wednesday.
Making history: Taiwan sets new Asian javelin record

Making history: Taiwan sets new Asian javelin record

After Chinese Taipei's Cheng Chao-tsun sent his final javelin into the sky of the Taipei Municipal Stadium, he could barely contain himself as he waited for the score. When it came -- 91.36 meters -- a rip-roaring celebration erupted in the home crowd: Cheng had won gold and he had also set a new Asian record in the javelin.
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