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February, 28, 2017

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Calls for guards at Chiang's mausoleum to stand down
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) legislators backed by scholars called on Monday for the withdrawal of military guards from former President Chiang Kai-shek's Cihu Mausoleum as part of the government's push for transitional justice.
 
A group representing relatives of victims of the 228 Incident have called on the government to unveil "concrete truths" about the 1947 massacre of anti-government protesters.
 
A factory in Kaohsiung has apologized for hiring foreign migrants illegally -- but denied accusations it falsely imprisoned the workers for years at a time.
 
Do you like rocks?
The scenery at the Shihbaluohanshan Forest Reserve (十八羅漢山) is seen in this undated photo provided by the Tourism Bureau.
 
Something fishy
A Fiji Blue Devil Damselfish swims in a fish tank on Monday, Feb. 27.
 
The Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) has said it will not grant regulatory concessions to shuttered ride-hailing service Uber, accusing the firm of "evading responsibility" and "confusing the public" in a statement Sunday.
 
Bird flu away?
An official disinfects bags of dead turkeys in Chiayi on Sunday, Feb. 26.
 
'No gay marriage in our lifetime'?
A gay rights activist accused President Tsai Ing-wen of backtracking from her support for legalizing gay marriage, saying she told him, "You may not be able to see same-sex marriage in your lifetime."
 
Air Force to assume command of missile defense system
In the first major shake-up of the armed forces of Tsai Ing-wen's presidency, the Air Force will take command of the Air Defense Missile Command beginning next month.
 
Taiwan's eSports team wins League of Legends World Championships
Taiwanese eSports team Flash Wolves on Monday beat European team G2 eSports in Katowice, Poland, to win the League of Legends (LoL) event, which is part of the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) World Championship.
 
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