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Islamic State militants blew up Mosul's symbolic al-Nuri mosque, an Iraqi military statement said. 伊拉克軍方聲明說,伊斯蘭國武裝分子破壞了位於摩蘇爾具象徵性的努里大清真寺。

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Taiwan's unemployment rate fell to 3.66 percent in May, the lowest level in two years, according to government data. 根據政府數據,台灣失業率在五月份下降至百分之三點六六,是兩年來的最低水平。

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Hollywood star George Clooney has sold a tequila company he co-founded in a deal worth up to US$1 billion. 好萊塢明星喬治克魯尼售出以高雄市十億美元價格售出一家他共同創立的龍舌蘭酒公司。

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Terry Gou said his company, Hon Hai, still had a chance to acquire the memory chip unit of Japan's financially troubled Toshiba. 郭台銘表示,他的公司鴻海仍然有機會收購財政陷入困境的日本公司東芝的記憶晶片部門。

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Cristiano Ronaldo headed a winner as Portugal took a step toward the Confederations Cup semifinals with a win over hosts Russia. C羅以頭鎚建功,帶領葡萄牙打敗東道主俄羅斯,往聯盟杯半決賽邁出一步。

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Ms Tsai has spent a year failing to make cross-strait relations work, letting Taiwan to take a beating after another for no apparent benefit whatsoever.


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A foolproof way to never lose money

A foolproof way to never lose money

"Don't spend more than you have." This is how Shirley Hong, board member and lecturer at the Financial Literacy & Education Association, summed up wealth management at the start of an exclusive sit-down with The China Post.
Stamp exhibition in Tainan revisits 'Republic of Formosa'

Stamp exhibition in Tainan revisits 'Republic of Formosa'

An exhibition featuring historic stamps and artifacts kicked off Friday in Tainan, revisiting the five-month period of "the Republic of Formosa," also known as "the Republic of Taiwan" on the island in 1895.
Taiwan shares end up on electronics sector's upturn

Taiwan shares end up on electronics sector's upturn

Shares in Taiwan closed higher Friday as the electronics sector recouped early losses, helping the broader market return to positive territory with buying especially evident late in the trading session, dealers said.

Stores in New Taipei to stop selling single-use shopping bags

Starting in October, all hypermarkets, supermarkets and convenience stores in New Taipei will stop selling single-use plastic shopping bags to customers, as part of effort to reduce plastic waste, the city's Environmental Protection Department said on Friday.
President Tsai says Taiwan won't bow to pressure

President Tsai says Taiwan won't bow to pressure

President Tsai Ing-wen said Friday she was determined to uphold Taiwan's sovereignty and that she would not succumb to external pressure.
The Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank shareholders' meeting approves NT$1.5 cash dividend

The Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank shareholders' meeting approves NT$1.5 cash dividend

The Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank(SCSB) (stock code: 5876), one of the top GTSM-listed stocks, held its general shareholders' meeting on June 16, which was presided over in person by Yung Hung-ching, the Chairman. The 2016 financial statements of the Bank were ratified in the meeting.

KMT official to serve as auto company chair based in China

Alex Tsai (蔡正元), director of the Policy Committee of the opposition Kuomintang (KMT), said Friday that he will serve as chairman of an automobile company based in China's Jiangsu Province.
Taiwan Travel Act passes first stage of legislation in U.S.

Taiwan Travel Act passes first stage of legislation in U.S.

A bill to encourage visits between the United States and Taiwan at all levels was passed unanimously by a U.S. House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on Thursday in the first step toward its legislation.
Heavy rain warning issued for most of Taiwan

Heavy rain warning issued for most of Taiwan

The Central Weather Bureau on Friday issued a heavy rain warning for most parts of Taiwan, cautioning against torrential rainfall, thunderstorms and gusty winds as a plum rain front intensifies.
Anti pension reform groups take to street again

Anti pension reform groups take to street again

Braving the cold rain, anti-pension reform groups took to the streets again on Thursday. The National Civil Servants Association, which organized the protest, and other groups started their march at the National Police Agency on Zhongxiao East Road at 4 p.m. and headed along Ketagalan Boulevard to the Presidential Office, before making their way to the Executive Yuan, paralyzing traffic along the way.
Elderly man dies from injuries after falling from escalator in Kaohsiung metro

Elderly man dies from injuries after falling from escalator in Kaohsiung metro

The Kaohsiung metro came under fire Thursday after an 83-year-old man died from injuries suffered in a fall on a station escalator last week.
Building schools with 'coffee bricks'

Building schools with 'coffee bricks'

What can you do with a package of coffee? A Taiwan-based social enterprise that was expanded from a student team in 2015, will soon open a coffee shop in Taipei as part of its latest project -- building schools with "coffee bricks."
Got an idea? – roll with it! 'Catwalk' model creates clothing rental platform

Got an idea? – roll with it! 'Catwalk' model creates clothing rental platform

Graduation season is almost here and this outfit would work for the graduation party… Lots of times people buy clothes for weddings and only use them once, so it might be good to consider renting, this idea helps Joanna Kuo launch her business
Asia Cement boss, still trying to deflect criticism, dangles investment cash

Asia Cement boss, still trying to deflect criticism, dangles investment cash

Asia Cement Corp. tried again Thursday to quell public outrage at its mining activities in Taroko Gorge, with Douglas Hsu (徐旭東), chairman of its parent company Far Eastern Group (遠東集團), saying he cared deeply about Taiwan and that the company had already made many concessions.
Ko wants to keep olive branch extended despite China's diplomatic aggression

Ko wants to keep olive branch extended despite China's diplomatic aggression

Panama's Beijing-orchestrated diplomatic sneak attack ending bilateral ties earlier this week has angered many Taiwanese.
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