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Brothers squander big lead but hold on for victory in first playoff
The Chinatrust Brothers beat the EDA Rhinos 8-7 in the first game of the Chinese Professional Baseball League playoffs in Taichung on Saturday.
Taiwan's main opposition party Kuomintang expressed regret on Saturday after the Constitutional Court turned down a request by its legislators for an interpretation on a law targeting the party's controversial assets.
Feeds from 162 surveillance cameras across Taiwan are being streamed live on a publicly accessible website, potentially invading people's privacy, the Central News Agency (CNA) reported Saturday.
Formosa Petrochemical Corp. (台塑石化), a privately owned fuel supplier, said Saturday that it would cut its diesel price in the local market but keep gasoline prices unchanged for the coming week.
The weather in northern Taiwan will turn cooler and wet starting Sunday afternoon as northeasterly winds and a new front move into the island, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) forecast Saturday.
The Navy is planning to spend NT$13 billion on mobile launcher vehicles for its Hsiung Feng III long-range missiles, according to local reports.
A Venezuelan woman has been arrested at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport for alleged cocaine smuggling during a transit stop, the Aviation Police Bureau said Saturday.
Lawmakers pass bill: no more visa runs for migrant workers
Some cheered while others appeared bitterly disappointed outside the Legislative Yuan on Friday after lawmakers inside passed a bill freeing migrant workers from having to exit the country every three years.
The Presidential Office on Friday gave the green light for former President Ma Ying-jeou to visit Malaysia and the U.S. in November.
Rare Chinese stamps displayed at PHILATAIPEI
Two sets of Chinese stamps said to be among the rarest and most expensive in the Chinese world are being displayed at the 2016 World Stamp Championship Exhibition (PHILATAIPEI), which opened in Taipei on Friday.
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