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MAC: KMT not authorized to sign agreements with Beijing
Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) Chairwoman Katharine Chang stated Thursday that the upcoming meeting between KMT Chairwoman Hung Hsiu-chu and Chinese leader Xi Jinping represented non-governmental exchanges.
Abducted sailor returns to Taiwan
A sailor who was held captive for more than four years by Somali pirates has returned to Taiwan.
Hung promises no surprises at Beijing meeting with Xi
Kuomintang (KMT) Chairwoman Hung Hsiu-chu has assured her party that a meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping will be devoid of mishaps and surprises.
Meeting over labor bill halted by lawmaker scuffle
Scuffles between lawmakers over a controversial labor bill forced a legislative committee meeting to be aborted soon after it had begun Wednesday.
Prosecutors suspect more than 30,000 user accounts on the Ministry of Labor's (MOL, 勞動部) job-matching website, Taiwan Jobs, were hacked by an employee of an asset management company.
Two U.S. congressmen voiced their support on Tuesday for Taiwan to participate as an observer in the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol), which will hold its 85th general assembly in Bali, Indonesia next month.
Model student
Wufeng University student Daiamo gestures at a computer screen. The Indian national won first prize at the 2016 PTC Creo Parametric Expert Modeling Competition for his V6 engine design. He thanked the Chiayi County university for providing him with opportunities under industry-university cooperation programs.
Rights groups Wednesday called on lawmakers to put aside party differences and legalize gay marriage.
People on unemployment benefits in Taiwan take an average 21.5 weeks to find new jobs, according to the results of a Ministry of Labor (MOL) survey released Wednesday.
Although Taiwan currently faces no risk from domestic terror groups, the possibility of an attack by a foreign group cannot be ruled out, the National Security Bureau (NSB) said in a report submitted to the Legislative Yuan on Wednesday.
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