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Prosecutors summon mountain hiker who turned in NT$4.54 mil.
Prosecutors called in a man for questioning Thursday, after he turned in NT$4.54 million, suspected to be nearly half of the remaining sum missing from last week's ATM heist.
Five Taiwan universities, led by National Tsing Hua University (NTHU), have entered the top 100 list for worldwide universities granted the most utility patents in the United States in 2015.
Transport officials said Thursday it is considering asking restaurants that provide liquor to conduct sobriety tests on their customers as part of an anti-drunk driving campaign.
The central government held anti-terrorism exercises in preparation for the 2017 Universiade games Thursday in Taipei.
China unhappy with Taiwan's tourist safety
China is "extremely dissatisfied" with Taiwan's safety measures for visiting mainland tourists, an official said Thursday following the death of 26 people in a tour bus fire in Taoyuan.
Review of 'one flexible day off' draft put on hold after committee chaos
Plans for a special committee meeting to review the controversial "one fixed day off, one flexible day off" (一例一休) bill were scrapped Thursday morning after lawmakers occupied the podium and the convener was a no-show.
Legislators visit Taiping to assert claim
A delegation of Republic of China (Taiwan) lawmakers visited the Taiwan-controlled Taiping Island (太平島) Wednesday to assert the country's South China Sea claims after an arbitration court last week controversially deemed the territory a rock rather than an island.
NT$10 million still missing from ATM heist
About NT$10 million in cash stolen from Taiwan ATMs remains missing as of Wednesday, according to police.
Ruling party committee members sworn in
President Tsai Ing-wen on Wednesday encouraged newly sworn-in Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) committee members to be diligent in their work, urging them not to forget that the public would closely scrutinize the party's every action.
Transport minister vows reform after bus blaze
Transport Minister Ho Chen Tan (賀陳旦) Wednesday vowed to conduct a nationwide random inspection of tour buses immediately and reform the bus sector, after a horrific tour bus fire on Tuesday that killed 26 people.
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