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July, 29, 2016

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CAA stands by handling of farmer's hot air balloon complaint
The Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) defend itself Monday after an outraged Taitung farmer said it had never responded to his complaints about hot air balloons landing on his property.
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Missing boy in Taichung
Rescuers tread across a stream in Taichung's Taiping District (太平) on Sunday, July 3, to search for three boys who went missing while playing in the water on Saturday.
New tram stations in Kaohsiung
A light rail tram runs across the southern Taiwan city of Kaoshiung on Sunday, July 3.
A farmer on Sunday said he did not welcome hot air balloons landing on his land and called for equal treatment and respect of private property during a hot air balloon festival in the southeastern county of Taitung.
Ket a grip on the problem
In this photograph taken Saturday, July 2, Taipei police stage a drill in the capital city's Xinyi District as part of an anti-ketamine campaign.
Taipei, the most closely watched property market in Taiwan, took the lead over the other five special municipalities in the country in terms of residential and commercial housing transactions in June, according to statistics compiled by property sales agencies.
Police authorities have busted an illicit drug factory that was operating in remote mountainous areas in Taichung earlier this month, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB, 刑事局) has announced.
'Don't lose your head'
Taitung County Police Chief Wang Chin-yuan (王欽源), in blue uniform, and his police officers inspect motorbike riders on Green Island, Taitung, on Friday, July 1. The Taitung police are cracking down on motorcyclists who ride without a helmet in Green Island as high tourism season comes.
Baby, mother survive ambulance accident
Emergency response teams pull a pregnant woman from an ambulance Thursday, June 30 in Pingtung. The ambulance was en route to the hospital with the pregnant woman in tow when it became involved in a road accident with two passenger vehicles. The woman suffered scratches and a cesarean section was preformed immediately when she arrived at the hospital.
Rescuers retrieve body
Rescue personnel from the National Airborne Service Corps unload the body of a man who fell to his death near the north peak of Qilai Mountain in Hualien on Wednesday, June 29.
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