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Monday, December 29, 2014
There are no Taiwanese passengers on board an AirAsia plane that has gone missing while in Indonesian air space Sunday morning, said Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Anna Kao.
Former National Security Council (NSC) deputy secretary-general Chang Jung-feng (張榮豐) yesterday published an open statement on his Facebook, clarifying his position as the rumored “national security executive” source of media pundit Clara Chou (周玉蔻).
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Taiwan -- Rare snowfall atop Hehuan Mountain causes two injuries
Rare snowfall atop Nantou County's (南投縣) Hehuan Mountain (合歡山) resulted in two injuries due to a traffic collision yesterday morning.
Taiwan -- Lu goes on hunger strike over refusal of Chen's medical parole
Former Vice President Annette Lu (呂秀蓮) started fasting yesterday to protest against the rejection of former President Chen Shui-bian's (陳水扁) medical parole approval.
Taiwan -- Condition of officer struck by rotor blade has improved stabilized
A Navy pilot who was struck on the head by a helicopter rotor blade earlier this month is now in stable condition following brain surgery at a hospital in southern Taiwan, the Navy Fleet Command said Sunday.
The Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW, 衛福部) released a report in November that said 65.7 percent of seniors over the age of 65 want to live with their children in old age.
Domestic retail prices for gasoline and diesel will rise by NT$0.1 (US$0.003) per liter to end a 15-week slide because of the Taiwan dollar's recent weakness against the U.S. dollar, Taiwan's state-owned oil company said Sunday.
Over one hundred national highway workers from a self-help committee formed by former national freeway toll collectors gathered to protest in front of the presidential residence yesterday afternoon. Protesters refused to leave the site even after police attempted conduct flexible negotiations, which resulted in authorities forcibly removing some protesters from the site.
Taiwan -- Toll collectors rally near presidential residence
Taiwan's Environmental Protection Administration on Sunday urged the public to wear surgical face masks against air pollutants that are being carried by an approaching continental cold air mass.
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Sunday, December 28, 2014
A consortium of banks yesterday refused to extend credit to the disgraced Ting Hsin International Group, demanding it repay a loan of NT$6.5 billion by the end of the year.
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