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Special Investigation Division (SID, 特偵組) prosecutors yesterday requested the court detention of two CTBC executives, saying there was evidence the executives colluded with witnesses and planned to destroy evidence related to a separate ongoing trial.
 
Special Investigation Division (SID, 特偵組) prosecutors yesterday requested the court detention of two CTBC executives, saying there was evidence the executives colluded with witnesses and planned to destroy evidence related to a separate ongoing trial.
 
Special Investigation Division (SID, 特偵組) prosecutors yesterday requested the court detention of two CTBC executives, saying there was evidence the executives colluded with witnesses and planned to destroy evidence related to a separate ongoing trial.
 
Prosecutors have charged the driver of Tuesday's fatal Pingtung Country tank incident with negligence, yet the driver maintains that the vehicle's brakes were faulty.
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Three tropical depressions have formed in the Pacific but none of them are expected to affect Taiwan, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said Wednesday.
 
Taiwanese business owners in Indonesia have set up a Formosa Technology Center to train Indonesian workers, a move they hope will serve as an example of how Taiwan can push ahead its "New Southbound Policy" in Southeast Asia.
 
With the Hualien City mayorship up for grabs at a by-election in less than two weeks, the opposition Kuomintang (KMT) is mobilizing for its first electoral contest since its devastating national defeat in January.
 
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.
 
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