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Taiwan ranks No. 10, on par with the UK, among 65 countries surveyed by Japan's Waseda University on e-government implementation.
Tsay Ting-kuei, convener of the Alliance of Referendum for Taiwan, and Sunflower Movement student leader Chen Wei-ting have been found not guilty of obstructing the execution of official duties during a 2013 protest.
The Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection under the Ministry of Economic Affairs reminded consumers Tuesday that they can obtain full refunds if they have purchased Swedish furniture retailer Ikea's recalled Malm dressers.
Nine foreign nationals, who were arrested in April on allegations of using forged bank cards to steal more than NT$2.4 million (US$76,475.99), have been indicted on counterfeiting and money laundering charges, the Taipei District Prosecutors Office said Wednesday.
Toll collectors declare victory in long struggle for compensation
After over two years of protests, the government has reached a compensation agreement with freeway toll booth operators who lost their jobs after the introduction of electronic fare collection and for whom new jobs were promised but not delivered.
Court officers wounded as trial opens in case of Macau cat-killer
Agitated animal rights activists injured two court officials as protesters mobbed alleged cat-killer Chan Ho-yeung (陳皓揚) outside the Taipei District Court Tuesday afternoon.
Interior Minister Yeh Jiunn-rong (葉俊榮) on Tuesday became the highest level government official of the Tsai administration to visit Taiwan-controlled Taiping Island, where he reiterated the Republic of China's (R.O.C.) territorial claim.
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Three dead after tank plummets into stream
Three military personnel were killed Tuesday when a tank plummeted into a Pingtung County stream, according to Defense Ministry representatives.
Chou advances in badminton at Rio; Tai ousted
Taiwan's Chou Tien-chen (周天成 ) advanced to the quarterfinals of the men's singles in Olympic badminton on Monday but countrywoman Tai Tzu-ying (戴資穎) was not as fortunate in the women's singles as her Olympic dream came to an end.
The Ministry of National Defense (MND, 國防部) said yesterday it would support the decision of National Defense University (NDU, 國防大學) to expel a student who tested HIV-positive and to ask the student to return NT$800,000 in tuition that the school had spent on him.
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