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September, 26, 2016

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A worrisome crack
A crack is seen on a rock at the entrance of a tunnel at Baiyang Trail in Taroko National Park, Hualien on Monday, Sept. 12. In response to reports from worried members of the public about the crack, the Taroko National Park Administration pointed out that photos taken by the administration over the years show that the crack has been present for a long time and does not constitute a danger to the public.
Domestic gun violence
A woman who was shot to death by her boyfriend is seen in this undated photo taken from her Facebook on Monday, Sept. 12.
Taiwan's immigration authorities repatriated eight Chinese nationals from Matsu Monday, based on the Kinmen Agreement, while China handed over three Taiwanese.
More than 100 foreign fishery workers were invited to a charity event in Donggang, Pingtung Sunday where they were given free medical checkups and moon cakes as Taiwanese were to celebrate Moon Festival.
The Taichung police yesterday arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting an Indonesian caregiver working in his home.
The magistrate of Changhua County in central Taiwan has opened his arms to Chinese travelers, saying Wednesday that he welcomes their visits.
A brush with greatness
Kao Shu-chuan paints a watercolor landscape at a studio in Kaohsiung, Sunday, Sept. 11.
Some 700 kilograms of trash and kitchen waste was removed last week from an area near the Siangyang Cabin on the Jiaming Lake trail in Taitung County, one of the main habitats of the Formosan black bear, the cleanup organizers said Sunday.
Illegal dumping
Waste piles up on a plot of land in Kaohsiung in this undated file photo released by the Kaohsiung District Prosecutors Office on Friday, Sept. 9. The prosecutors found a man surnamed Kong rented several plots of land in Kaohsiung and invited illegal waste disposal companies to dump garbage there at night, making over NT$1 million in profit.
Prosecutors are likely to close a probe into the Taoyuan tour bus blaze that killed 26 people, after concluding that the blaze was caused by arson committed by bus driver, who was also killed in the accident, the United Daily News website reported on Friday, citing informed sources.
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