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Twenty alleged members of a New Taipei City gang have recently been arrested by police on charges of extortion, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) said.
 
Grappling with the ghosts
Spectators gather around the stage of the traditional Chiang Ku (Grappling with the ghosts) competition in Hengchun Township, Pingtung County, Wednesday, Aug. 17.
 
Birds of a feather
A flock of herons dance in the air in this undated photo released Wednesday, Aug. 17 by the Kenting National Park Administration. Winter migration brings the birds to Taiwan in August. The administration will hold a heron-watching event on Aug. 27.
 
The head of a Kaohsiung-based funeral home has been arrested for allegedly running a Ponzi scheme believed to have conned investors out of some NT$2.4 billion, prosecutors said Wednesday.
 
The head of a Kaohsiung-based funeral home has been arrested for allegedly running a Ponzi scheme believed to have conned investors out of some NT$2.4 billion, prosecutors said Wednesday.
 
The head of a Kaohsiung-based funeral home has been arrested for allegedly running a Ponzi scheme believed to have conned investors out of some NT$2.4 billion, prosecutors said Wednesday.
 
The head of a Kaohsiung-based funeral home has been arrested for allegedly running a Ponzi scheme believed to have conned investors out of some NT$2.4 billion, prosecutors said Wednesday.
 
Suspect apprehended
A murder suspect surnamed Wu stands beside a car after he was apprehended by the police in Hualien on Wednesday, Aug. 17. Wu allegedly strangled his girlfriend and left her corpse at her apartment for two days before her family found her, according to the police.
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Tainan City aboriginal councilor Kumu Hacyo on Tuesday called for an end to praise for the achievements of Koxinga, also known as Zheng Cheng-gong, a Ming Dynasty warlord at the center of a celebration at Koxinga Ancestral Shrine in Tainan.
 
Shoots for the stars
This screen grab from the Facebook page of a Tainan resident surnamed Chang on Tuesday, Aug. 16, shows a boy pilling bamboo shoots in Kaohsiung.
 
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