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Nation protests Japan seizure of fishing boat
Foreign Minster David Lin (林永樂) on Friday protested Japan's seizure of a Taiwanese ship, which occurred near an atoll claimed by Japan. Lin reiterated the R.O.C. government's protest of the vessel's seizure following his summons of Japan's top envoy to Taiwan.
 
The police of the Sarawak State of Malaysia on Thursday night busted a telecom fraud ring comprising 24 Taiwanese, Chinese and Malaysian suspects targeting mainland Chinese as victims, after receiving tips from two Taiwanese men, the Central News Agency said in a wire service report from Kuala Lumpur on Friday.
 
Minister to summon Japan top envoy
Foreign Minister David Lin (林永樂) is scheduled to summon Japan's top envoy to Taiwan on Friday as Taipei elevates its level of protest to Tokyo over the latter's seizure of a Taiwanese vessel earlier this week.
 
Ex-Premier Hsieh to accept position to be envoy to Japan gov't
Former Premier and Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) heavyweight Frank Hsieh (謝長廷) confirmed that he will take up the role as the overseas representative to Japan on Wednesday, stressing that the incoming government will not team up with Japan against mainland China.
 
Eggs hurled at Japan 'embassy'
Fishermen hurled eggs at Japan's de facto embassy in Taipei on Wednesday to protest the seizure of a Taiwanese fishing vessel operating near an atoll in the Pacific Ocean claimed by Japan.
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The Taipei City Labor Bureau said yesterday that it still needs to verify rumors that appeared on the internet stating that the well-known C.S.J. Yoga Center (邱素貞瑜伽天地) was in financial straits and was forced to stop operating.
 
Tsai to be briefed on foreign affairs during Friday Foreign Ministry visit
President-elect Tsai Ing-wen is scheduled to be given a closed-door in-depth briefing on the country's foreign affairs during a visit to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' (MOFA) headquarters in Taipei this Friday, sources close to the matter said on Tuesday.
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Fishermen hurled eggs in front of Japan's de facto embassy in Taipei today to protest the seizure of a Taiwanese fishing vessel operating near an atoll in the Pacific Ocean claimed by Japan.
 
Ma holds security meeting over Japan's seizure of fishing boat close to atoll
President Ma Ying-jeou convened a national security meeting on Monday afternoon to seek effective measures to deal with Japan's undesirable seizure of a local fishing boat operating in seas near the Okinotorishima atoll early Monday morning, instructing the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) to lodge solemn protests with Japan and proceed with negotiations over release of the boat and its crew, according to a press release issued by the Presidential Office.
 
The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) denied Sunday that it was not aware that China arrested 10 Taiwanese nationals for taking part in a telecommunications fraud ring based in Uganda, and said that 55 people implicated in the same case had been apprehended in Taiwan.
 
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