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President visits Taitung after super typhoon
President Tsai Ing-wen went on an inspection tour of Taitung County on Sunday, two days after it was slammed by Super Typhoon Nepartak.
 
Muslims in Taipei celebrate end of Ramadan
Hundreds of Muslims in Taiwan, many of whom are workers from Indonesia, gathered in Taipei on Sunday for Eid al-Fitr, a celebration that marks the end of the month-long Ramadan fast.
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Gourmet Kitchen unveils summertime delights
Many restaurants are gearing up to find a competitive spot in the battle to attract customers' summer appetites; the same goes for Gourmet Kitchen from Grand Mayfull Hotel Taipei (台北美福大飯店).
 
Various individuals and organizations across party lines pledged both financial and material support over the weekend for typhoon-battered Taitung.
 
Residents of several villages in the southern Pingtung County were evacuated Sunday due to a threat of mudslides as torrential rain continued to fall there, county officials said.
 
Apology for absence
Taitung City Mayor Chang Kuo-chou (張國洲) bows in apology to Taitung City citizens on Sunday, July 10, for being in mainland China, rather than in Taiwan, when Typhoon Nepartak hit.
 
Taiwan's military continued Sunday to send personnel, machines and vehicles to Taitung County, the area worst-hit by typhoon Neparak, to help with post-disaster clean-up and restoration.
 
A young woman allegedly committed suicide after killing her 83-year-old grandmother in Taoyuan Saturday in what is believed to be the "result of concerns over an uncertain future," police said.
 
Typhoon Nepartak ravaged Taitung Friday, bringing heavy rain and the strongest wind in 61 years to the southeastern county.
 
Police authorities in Northern Taiwan recently busted a narcotic ring that planned to sell illicit drugs in a New Taipei rock festival to be held later this month, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB, 刑事警察局) has announced.
 
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