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MOFA denies censorship allegations
An official on Tuesday denied that an English-language magazine under the Foreign Ministry had withheld a story featuring an interview with a transportation minister from the Ma Ying-jeou administration.
Cracked rail found on airport metro line
A crack was found in the rail of Taoyuan Airport MRT on Tuesday, just over one week before the official opening slated for next Thursday.
Apple tops Taiwan's smartphone sales in January
Apple Inc. was the top smartphone vendor in Taiwan in terms of both sales volume and value for the fifth consecutive month in January, industry sources said Wednesday.
Amnesty notes Taiwan's progress on same-sex marriage, asylum law
Amnesty International's annual report noted Taiwan's efforts to legalize same-sex marriage and progress toward a future asylum law
Andy Chu indicted in W Hotel drug party death
Web celebrity Andy Chu and five others were indicted Wednesday on drug charges, after a party last December at a luxury hotel in Taipei resulted in the death of a 21 year old woman.
Songshan train bomber sentenced to 30 years
A man who detonated a homemade explosive in a commuter train entering Taipei's Songshan Station last July was sentenced to 30 years in jail Wednesday.
Former EVA Air chair seeks return to the skies
Former chair of EVA Air Chang Kuo-wei (張國煒) intends to launch a new airline this year, including plans to purchase 10 new aircraft, according to local reports.
Heavy rain and thunderstorms for northern and central Taiwan
The nation's reservoirs may get a much needed resupply as thunderstorms and periods of heavy rain have been forecast across Taiwan on Wednesday.
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Wednesday February 22, 2017.
Hundreds of veterans began a monthlong demonstration near the Legislative Yuan Tuesday morning to protest the government's pension reform plan, which would significantly cut their retirement pensions and benefits.
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