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A massive new cyberattack via a ransomware virus paralyzed businesses across Europe before spreading to the United States. 新一波大規模勒索病毒網絡攻擊癱瘓歐洲企業並擴散到美國。

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President Tsai Ing-wen reaffirmed the government's commitment to combating human trafficking. 蔡英文總統重申政府打擊人口販運的承諾。

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A light post-workout meal is actually good for your body, contrary to popular belief, according to a digestion specialist. 根據一名消化專家的說法,鍛煉後輕食餐對身體來說實際上是有益的,這跟大眾的看法相反。

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Japanese company Toshiba faced criticism from shareholders at its annual meeting as it weathers its worst-ever financial crisis. 日本東芝公司在年度股東會上遭到股東的批評,它正遭受最嚴重的金融危機。

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Russia and Qatar say a report into the bidding process of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups has confirmed no wrongdoing on their part. 俄羅斯和卡達表示一份針對2018年及2022年世界杯招標過程的報導已證實了該兩國沒有不法行為。

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Geothermal power still overlooked by the current government. Its cheaper than nuclear, highest efficiency of ALL other renewables, smallest land usage per MW of all renewables. Taiwan is so fortunate to have this god given resource, the real travesty is not using it.


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Tainan's mayor reaffirms his pro-independence stance

Tainan's mayor reaffirms his pro-independence stance

Earlier this month, pro-independence William Lai surprised the public when he said he is 'pro-China as much as he loves Taiwan.'
41% of millennials graduate with student debt: survey

41% of millennials graduate with student debt: survey

Taiwan's young adults are facing stagnant wages in an increasingly competitive labor market. What's worse, many are also in debt.
Taiwan's postage stamp prices are being raised for the first time in 26 years

Taiwan's postage stamp prices are being raised for the first time in 26 years

The price for a standard letter will increase from NT$5 to NT$8, while postcard prices will double from NT$2.5 to NT$5. Stamped letter sheets will also rise from NT$4 to NT$6.
UPDATE: Bill to phase out 18% preferential pension interest rate passes second reading

UPDATE: Bill to phase out 18% preferential pension interest rate passes second reading

The Legislative Yuan gave the second reading to a bill on pension reform that would phase out the preferential interest rate in two years.
Food Taipei: A springboard for El Salvadoran products

Food Taipei: A springboard for El Salvadoran products

Ambassador of El Salvador Marta Chang de Tsien says El Salvador companies have become very interested in joining Food Taipei and expanding into the Taiwanese market
Torrential rain warning issued for Nantou, Pingtung and Yilan

Torrential rain warning issued for Nantou, Pingtung and Yilan

Extremely heavy rain expected as a strong convective system makes itself felt.
Air Force reports another missile glitch

Air Force reports another missile glitch

Incident comes just one day after two MIM-23 Hawk missiles veered off course after launch as part of the same annual military exercise.
FSC imposes nearly NT$100 million in fines on financial firms

FSC imposes nearly NT$100 million in fines on financial firms

The Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC), the top financial regulator in Taiwan, said Friday that it has imposed almost NT$100 million (US$3.29 million) in fines on financial firms so far this year for irregularities in their operations.
Banks ordered to withhold payments collected for Uber

Banks ordered to withhold payments collected for Uber

The Administrative Enforcement Agency (AEA) on Friday ordered 33 credit card-issuing banks in Taiwan to withhold payments collected on behalf of Uber, in a compulsory execution of back fines and taxes owed by the U.S-based ride-sharing service.
Police seize counterfeit brand-name products in Southern Taiwan

Police seize counterfeit brand-name products in Southern Taiwan

Over 6,000 pieces of counterfeit brand-name clothing and footwear were seized in Tainan and Kaohsiung in police raids.
UPDATE: Suspected gunman dies after shooting spree kills three

UPDATE: Suspected gunman dies after shooting spree kills three

The alleged gunman in a Thursday night shooting that killed three people in Taoyuan's Zhongli District has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said on Friday, June 23.
The outlook has brightened for Taiwan's economy in 2017

The outlook has brightened for Taiwan's economy in 2017

A leading think tank has raised its GDP forecast for the year to more than 2 percent.
Taiwan shares end lower but remain above 10,300-point mark

Taiwan shares end lower but remain above 10,300-point mark

The weighted index on the Taiwan Stock Exchange closed down 21.36 points, or 0.21 percent, at 10,377.70.
Foxconn to invest US$10 billion in the US

Foxconn to invest US$10 billion in the US

Foxconn Technology Group plans to move its fully automated manufacturing supply chain to the United States, the company founder said on Thursday.
Don't become a tool of China, Taiwan tells Panama

Don't become a tool of China, Taiwan tells Panama

Foreign Ministry says Panama's president lied about the reasons behind the severance of diplomatic links.
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