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A Taiwanese businessman was attacked and robbed in Indonesia's capital recently, alerting Taiwanese businesses operating in the country to the potential safety risks existing there.
 
A Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) delegation departed Sunday for Montreal, where it hopes to hold talks with Taiwan-friendly countries outside the venue of the International Civil Aviation Organization's (ICAO's) assembly.
 
Taiwan won't get ICAO invite: gov't
President Tsai Ing-wen Friday described the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)'s failure to issue an invitation to Taiwan as "extremely unfair treatment."
 
The U.S. State Department on Thursday expressed support for Taiwan's meaningful participation in the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a U.N. specialized agency, as Taiwan seeks to take part in the ICAO meeting for a second time in recent years.
 
Gov't confirms Taiwan won't get ICAO invite
The government expressed regret and dissatisfaction Friday after it was confirmed that Taiwan would not receive an invitation to attend next week's International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) assembly.
 
It's official
Taiwanese table tennis player Chiang Hung-chieh (江宏傑) and his wife, Japanese table tennis star Ai Fukuhara, pose for a photo at a press conference introducing the couple's marriage in Taipei on Thursday, Sept. 22.
 
Taiwan investigators brought back the main suspect in the Maxim Trader Group Ponzi scheme from Malaysia to face charges of defrauding investors of some NT$200 million (US$6.38 million)
 
Taiwan investigators brought back the main suspect in the Maxim Trader Group Ponzi scheme from Malaysia to face charges of defrauding investors of some NT$200 million (US$6.38 million)
 
The Canadian government has announced that it will extend the leniency period for its newly-launched Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) requirement for another two months to give travelers and airliners more time to prepare for changes.
 
More than 20,000 people have registered to take part in this year's International Coastal Cleanup Day activities on 27 beaches around the island on Sept. 24, organizers said.
 
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