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February, 21, 2017

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Let's keep talking about marriage equality: Tsai
President Tsai Ing-wen said she felt that marriage equality did not necessarily conflict with family values, a presidential spokesman said after she met with activists from rival camps over gay rights on Saturday.
 
Spain to deport 200 Taiwanese to China
The Foreign Ministry on Saturday expressed deep regret over Spain's decision to extradite more than 200 Taiwanese fraud suspects to mainland China.
 
Bus crash victim families demand reparations
Families of the 33 victims in Monday's fatal freeway bus crash have called for the government to grant national compensation to relatives of the deceased.
 
Lin meets with Cabinet to  'adjust communication'
Premier Lin Chuan met Saturday with his Cabinet members to revise guidelines for improving internal coordination, as well as external communication with the general public.
 
22,000 chickens culled in Yunlin
Animal quarantine authorities culled more than 22,000 chickens on a farm in Yunlin County's Shuilin Township with the help of the military Saturday as part of efforts to fight avian influenza.
 > Yunlin
 
Heroin hot dogs
An imported hot dog machine is shown after being confiscated at the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport on Saturday, Feb. 18. Some 2.2 kg of heroin was found in imported merchandise tagged as a hot dog machine at the airport Friday, the Aviation Police Bureau and Customs Administration said Saturday.
 > Taoyuan
 
Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd. said it expected total revenue to increase by NT$1.15 billion, or 0.5 percent, to NT$231.16 billion in 2017 as compared to the unaudited consolidated revenue of 2016.
 
Several cities have warned the public not to feed wild birds in parks or they would face of stiff fines due to an avian flu scare.
 
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Ltd. (TSMC) ranked 6th among its peers in the semiconductor industry for its research and development (R&D) expenditures last year, an IC Insights report revealed.
 
Shares in Taiwan closed slightly higher on a technical rebound Saturday, but the upturn was limited ahead of the nearest technical resistance level at around 9,800 points, dealers said.
 
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