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A tweet written by ex-US president Obama in the wake of the white supremacist rally has become the most liked one ever. 前美國總統歐巴馬在一個白人至上主義集會發生後發出的推特已經成為最受歡迎的推特。

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TAIWAN

President Tsai Ing-wen apologizedd for Tuesday's massive blackout. 蔡英文總統為週二的大規模停電示歉意。

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Melbourne has been named the world's most liveable city for the seventh year in a row. 墨爾本連續第七年被評為世界上最宜居的城市。

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BUSINESS

Passengers on Taiwan's bullet trains can now enjoy free Wi-Fi service as long as they are north of Hsinchu. 在新竹以北的台灣高鐵乘客現在可以享受免費的Wi-Fi服務。

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Liverpool took a step towards the Champions League group phase as they beat Hoffenheim 2-1 in the first leg qualifying playoff. 利物浦向歐冠分組賽邁出一大步,因為他們在第一階段預賽以2-1擊敗了霍芬海姆。

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MOEA seem to be in denial about the severe shortage of electrical power. It really is like a "slow motion car wreck", we can all see it happening from a distance, but nobody is reacting to it.


Gary was commenting on Instead of making pledges about AC, the gov't should be making plans for Taiwan's energy security

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Hong Kong jails three democracy activists over anti-China protests

Hong Kong jails three democracy activists over anti-China protests

A Hong Kong appeals court on Thursday sentenced three student leaders and democracy activists to prison terms for their part in anti-China protests in 2014.
A first look at the Cabinet's 2018 budget proposal

A first look at the Cabinet's 2018 budget proposal

Infrastructure projects, anti-drug campaigns, elderly care and the "New Southbound Policy" get a sizable boost in funding in the Executive Yuan's budget proposal for the 2018 fiscal year.
Taiwan lays out NT$16 billion development plan for AI

Taiwan lays out NT$16 billion development plan for AI

Taiwan's technology minister on Thursday laid out an ambitious plan to spend NT$16 billion to beef up the domestic artificial intelligence (AI) industry.
Excitement building in the US over coast-to-coast solar eclipse

Excitement building in the US over coast-to-coast solar eclipse

Thousands, possibly millions, of people will travel to experience a total solar eclipse on Monday across the United States. Rooms in both hotels and private homes are scarce in the 100-kilometre-wide band dubbed the "zone of totality" where the moon will pass entirely in front of the sun and block it out almost completely.
A rare natural spectacle: A total eclipse of the sun

A rare natural spectacle: A total eclipse of the sun

The countdown is under way. Millions of Americans anxiously await the day the sun turns dark, with the total solar eclipse on August 21 expected to be visible in 14 US states - from Oregon in the north-west to South Carolina in the south-east.
Indian media hit back at 'racist' Chinese video amid border tensions

Indian media hit back at 'racist' Chinese video amid border tensions

A video published on China's state-run media with derogatory depictions of Indians has provoked accusations of racism in India.
Bannon says Trump administration rivals are 'wetting themselves'

Bannon says Trump administration rivals are 'wetting themselves'

White House advisor Steve Bannon took a swing at rivals in the Trump administration, telling a liberal magazine in a rare interview that officials who do not want to take a hard line on China are "wetting themselves."
UN seeks funds as South Sudanese refugees in Uganda surpass 1 million

UN seeks funds as South Sudanese refugees in Uganda surpass 1 million

Uganda has now taken in more than 1 million people who have fled the conflict in South Sudan, but funds to aid the refugees are running low, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) said Thursday.
Mayor Ko explains what would happen if a blackout hit during the Universiade

Mayor Ko explains what would happen if a blackout hit during the Universiade

As Taiwan struggles with an unprecedented power-supply problem, concerns have cropped up that the lights might go out on athletes during the 19-day sporting event.
It's time for Taiwan to pick a power plan

It's time for Taiwan to pick a power plan

Here are the choices it has and how to approach them.
Uganda will be competing in Taipei Universiade after all

Uganda will be competing in Taipei Universiade after all

"We're very happy to see this result."
Denied an abortion, a raped 10-year-old Indian girl delivers her baby

Denied an abortion, a raped 10-year-old Indian girl delivers her baby

Indian law prohibits medical termination of pregnancies after 20 weeks except when the mother's life is at risk.
Parliament to 'consider' silencing of Big Ben after complaints

Parliament to 'consider' silencing of Big Ben after complaints

The British Parliament will "consider" how long the chimes of London's iconic Big Ben should be silenced during years of restoration work after concerns were raised "by a number of MPs."
Hong Kong democracy leaders face jail as government reviews sentences

Hong Kong democracy leaders face jail as government reviews sentences

Three student leaders who were last year convicted for their roles in the 2014 Hong Kong pro-democracy "Umbrella" protests could be sentenced to jail as an appeals court reviews their sentences.
Japan's Princess Mako, boyfriend to announce engagement in September

Japan's Princess Mako, boyfriend to announce engagement in September

Princess Mako, the eldest granddaughter of Emperor Akihito, and her boyfriend Kei Komuro will publicly announce their engagement on September.
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