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The conveners of a national conference on judicial reform said Monday that the pardoning of ex-President Chen Shui-bian and the abolition of the death penalty would not be up for discussion.
The Kuomintang's (KMT) leadership election process officially got underway Monday, as representatives for all five candidates headed to party headquarters to collect petition forms.
The Democratic Progressive Party's (DPP) Central Evaluation Committee voted unanimously on Monday to revoke the party membership of scandal-hit Taipei Councilor Tung Chung-yan (童仲彥).
Ma spokesperson joins Hau Lung-bin bid
Former President Ma Ying-jeou's spokesperson joined Hau Lung-bin's campaign for Kuomintang (KMT) leader Sunday -- but Ma himself again declined to back a candidate for the party's top job.
Taiwan on Sunday denounced North Korea's missile test and said it was closely monitoring the movements of the Chinese navy in the South China Sea and West Pacific.
What would happen if Taiwan lost all of its diplomatic allies?
For a country that has constantly faced pressure from China in the international arena, Taiwan only has a handful of diplomatic allies who support the island nation's limited international space.
Journey to the west: Lawmaker leads delegation to India to bolster economic ties
Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Kuan Bi-lin arrived in India Sunday on a visit aimed at promoting economic ties between the two countries.
With Valentine's Day tomorrow, couples can be expected to indulge their sweet tooth, but health experts are reminding us that high-calorie afternoon teas and desserts should be balanced with fresh fruit and plenty of exercise.
Parents laud later school start times
Parents of students at four Taipei schools have praised the pushing back of start times for classes, a move aimed at ensuring better sleep quality and more family time.
Taipower mum on relocation of radioactive waste
Taipower has refused to comment on reports that it's planning to relocate controversial nuclear waste storage sites on Orchid Island to uninhabited islands of Keelung, Kinmen, Matsu and Penghu.
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