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July, 26, 2016

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DPP moves toward striking independence clause
The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) on Sunday decided to further review a motion to abolish the Republic of China (R.O.C.) as well as a motion to abolish the DPP charter's Taiwan independence clause.
 
ATM heist suspects nabbed in Yilan
Police said Sunday they had arrested three suspects in last week's ATM malware heist and recovered NT$50 million in stolen cash.
 
A closer look at President Tsai Ing-wen's New Southbound Policy
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is Taiwan's second largest trade partner. Trade between Taiwan and Southeast Asia has been steadily increasing. Between 2001 and 2015, the amount grew from about US$30 billion to nearly US$80 billion.
 
A total of 74,802 couples in Taiwan tied the knot in the first half of this year, with 13.1 percent of them between a Taiwanese and a person from another country, the Ministry of the Interior said in a report released Sunday.
 
Despite calls to promote tourism on Taiping Island following a controversial arbitration ruling on South China Sea disputes, the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) was reluctant to back the idea on Sunday, saying it offered little economic benefit.
 
Nearly a quarter (24.8 percent) of office workers do not get compensated in any way for hours worked in excess of their regularly scheduled work hours, according to the results of a survey released Sunday by an online job broker.
 
'It's so good to be home!'
Passengers from the first plane to return to Taiwan from Turkey after the attempted coup are all smiles are they arrived in the wee hours of Sunday, July 17.
 
The police on Saturday released images of 10 suspects in Taiwan's biggest-ever ATM heist, with one believed to be still in Taiwan.
 
Former President Ma Ying-jeou on Saturday presented a 10-point plan to uphold Taiwan's rights in the South China Sea and the status of Taiping Island following a court ruling that indirectly hurt Taiwan's claims in the region.
 
End of the session
Premier Lin Chuan, center front, Vice Premier Lin Hsi-yao, rear right, and Secretary General Chen Mei-ling, front right, arrive at the Legislative Yuan to greet Speaker Su Jia-chyuan, second left and Deputy Speaker Tsai Chi-chang, center right, after the lawmaking body winds up its current session on the night of Saturday, July 16.
 
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