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A man who threatened to blow up Kaohsiung International Airport was arrested upon his return to Kaohsiung from Tianjin on Friday.
Toxic leak response drill
First responders participate in an underground leak response drill in Kaohsiung on Tuesday, Oct. 18. The drill trains participants to tackle a large-scale leakage of toxic chemicals.
Fear radiates
Demonstrators hold banners to protest exposure to electromagnetic radiation from the Kaohsiung City light rail on Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Hundreds protest forced evictions in Kaohsiung
Social activists and local residents subject to expropriation surrounded Kaohsiung City Council on Monday demanding land justice and housing rights.
Bodies found under highway
A policeman lifts one of two corpses discovered off of National Highway No. 3 in Kaohsiung on Monday, Oct. 17.
A cooking competition and a pre-show press conference for the 2016 Kaohsiung Food Show will be held on the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 15 at the Dream Mall in the southern port city, according to Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), which is hosting the show.
A Taiwanese company is teaming up with a French partner on a project to build a floating solar panel system in a reservoir in Kaohsiung, the first stage of which is expected to be completed to by the middle of 2017, the company said Thursday.
The Kaohsiung District Prosecutors' Office has determined that cardiorespiratory failure led to the death of 72-year-old singer Kuo Ching-fa (郭金發), who collapsed on stage as he was singing his signature song on Saturday.
Making mayor life decisions
Kuomintang Vice Chairman and former Taichung Mayor Jason Hu (胡志強) greets attendants at the Kaohsiung Women's Association meeting on Friday, Oct. 7.
The Kaohsiung City Government has said residents who were subject to land expropriation have been "misleading the public" and that all actions taken to relocate them were within the law.
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