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Foreign Ministry denies accusation of negligence
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) Friday denied lawmakers' accusations that it had been negligent in the handling of a case involving a Turkish envoy who left Taiwan amid accusations of sexual harassment.
 
TAITRA to hold transport parts show in Myanmar
An international exhibition of transportation industry components and parts will be staged in Yangon, Myanmar from Sept. 29 to Oct,. 2.
 
Taiwan will significantly increase scholarship opportunities to attract students from Southeast Asia and India as part of the government's "New Southbound Policy," the Ministry of Education announced Thursday.
 
Vice President Chen Chien-jen is slated visit the Holy See on Sept. 2 to attend the canonization ceremony of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, the Foreign Affairs Ministry announced Wednesday.
 
Taiwan has continued to push for an apology and compensation for Taiwanese "comfort women." The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) renewed calls on Wednesday, after Japan's Cabinet approved a 1-billion-yen fund earlier in the day to assist Korean women forced to work in wartime brothels for the Japanese military.
 
MOFA to aid Denny Tsao's nephew after overseas crash
Taiwan's representative office in Australia has pledged assistance to the family of Taiwanese singer Denny Tsao (曹西平), whose nephew was reportedly hospitalized in the country following a car crash, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Tuesday.
 
Authorities in the Philippines announced Tuesday that a 25-member gang busted a day earlier for alleged drug trafficking and telecom fraud consisted of 17 Taiwanese and eight Chinese.
 
Thailand police officers sought Taiwan's help in solving an ATM robbery case in which 12 million Thai Bhat (approximately NT$11.5 million) went missing, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Thailand said Tuesday evening.
 
Indonesia wants to revise a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Taiwan to bring wages for its nationals working on fishing boats and as domestic helpers in line with Taiwan's minimum wage, a high-rank Indonesian official said.
 
Ever Rich opens Universiade exhibition at airport
Preparations for Universiade Taipei 2017, scheduled for Aug. 19 to 30, are already underway.
 
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