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March 27, 2017

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Rain and colder weather for north, northeast
The latest cold front is delivering lower temperatures and rain across Northern and Northeastern Taiwan, according to the Central Weather Bureau on Saturday.
Justice Minister under fire as top court hears gay marriage case
Justice Minister Chiu Tai-san (邱太三) drew the ire of LGBTQ activists Friday, after he described same-sex relationships as a "newly invented phenomenon" during a landmark Constitutional Court hearing on barriers to marriage equality.
Probe hints at mechanical fault
Police investigating the death of a teenager who fell out a moving bus in New Taipei Thursday have hinted at a defective door causing the accident, but stopped short of making a conclusion, a local newspaper reported Friday.
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Saturday March 25, 2017.
The Archive: What was in The China Post on Jan. 20, 1958?
We delve into a random edition from way back in CP's 65-year history. This week: Monday, Jan. 20, 1958.
An American man was arrested at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Thursday when he was found to have 10 packages of drugs in his carry-on baggage as he arrived in the country, according to aviation police.
Spending hours locked indoors could be good for you, after President Tsai Ing-wen announced Friday that the Sports Administration would class "gaming" as a professional sport.
The R.O.C. Air Force has completed validation of the torpedo firing systems on the 12 P-3C anti-submarine aircraft purchased from the United States, officials disclosed Friday.
President Tsai on Fortune list of world's greatest leaders
President Tsai Ing-wen was listed among the world's 50 greatest leaders in the latest annual ranking complied by Fortune, a New York-based business magazine.
Leaders of Chinese universities taking part in a cross-strait higher education forum in Taipei on Friday called for continued academic exchanges following controversies earlier in the month after some local universities were found to have signed "One China assurances" as a precondition for exchanges.
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