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Summer fun in Taoyuan
A woman, wearing protective gear and holding onto a rope, is ready to descend from a bridge to a creek below in the mountains of Taoyuan, Wednesday, July 13.
In the wake of reports of a sex abuse cover-up on a Taipei campus, a non-profit government organization on Wednesday urged the Education Ministry to do more to help victims of sexual assault.
Seeking the truth
Children stand with survivors of a massive landslide that killed 462 people of Kaohsiung's Xiaolin Village in 2009, outside a court building in Kaohsiung, Wednesday, July 13. Ahead of a compensation hearing, survivors of the disaster and families of the dead rallied outside the courthouse to demand "the truth" behind the tragedy.
Chiayi-based Nanhua University (南華大學) on Tuesday pledged financial support for its students from Taitung as government and military personnel continued cleanup efforts in the eastern county.
Bank erosion
A road on the bank of a creek in Linluo Township (麟洛鄉), Pingtung County, caves in on Tuesday, July 12, in this photo captured from Facebook.
Replenished reservoir
Water spills out at the Nanhua Reservoir (南化水庫) in Tainan early Tuesday, July 12.
The third OpenStack Day Taiwan took place at Taipei International Convention Center on Tuesday, presenting successful cloud transformation cases that Taiwan's large-scale information service industry has gone through after adopting OpenStack.
Seven Vietnamese workers who had left their employers were arrested recently for peddling illicit drugs at Vietnamese eateries and KTV parlors in Kaohsiung, city police said Tuesday.
'Sea Sparkle' creature behind 'blue tears': study
The "blue tears" phenomenon visible in the sea along outlying Matsu island is caused by noctiluca scintillans, commonly known as Sea Sparkle (夜光蟲), according to a study recently released by a professor at the National Taiwan Ocean University (NTOU).
The Taipei City Government declared victory Monday in its case against property developer Radium Life Tech Co.
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