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Tuesday, July 29, 2014
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) yesterday urged the public to be on high alert against dengue fever as an increasing number of cases are being reported this year.
Gen. Chiu Kuo-cheng (邱國正), president of National Defense University, has been named the new deputy defense minister, the Ministry of National Defense said Monday.
Monday, July 28, 2014
A national economic conference organized by the government entered its second day amid calls for more student participation as speakers discussed a range of issues, from Taiwan's global trade strategy to its cultural industry.
Taiwan -- Calls for student participation as forum proceeds
Over 25,000 stray dogs and cats were adopted across Taiwan between January and June, boosting the adoption rate higher than the same period last year, the Council of Agriculture (COA) was quoted by a local news outlet yesterday.
Taiwan's National Immigration Agency (NIA) said Sunday that it is working with other government agencies to deal with the case of exiled Chinese dissident Wang Dan, who is hoping to be allowed to enter Taiwan to receive medical treatment.
A tropical depression formed Saturday in waters east of the Philippines is currently moving in a north-northwesterly direction at a speed of 10 kilometers per hour, the Central Weather Bureau said yesterday.
A man who claimed to have explosives in his luggage was arrested by police at Taoyuan International Airport Sunday.
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South Korean rock band CNBLUE rocked thousands of fans in Taiwan during their Saturday concert at the Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall.
Five days after a TransAsia plane crashed in Sisi Village, Penghu County, the cordon placed by police surrounding the crash site was lifted Sunday.
The Taiwan Association for Victims of Occupational Injuries (TAVOI) yesterday criticized the government for being too passive about the recognition of overseas occupational injuries.
  
  
  
  
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