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UN Decries Lack of Reforms and Widespread Abuse in Eritrea

GENEVA A U.N. investigator is condemning an Eritrean crackdown on fundamental freedoms and religious practice in a new report, as well as the country's harsh, indefinite military service and widespread abuse.Hopes that Eritrea, which has been accused...
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U.S. identifies warship that sailed through Taiwan Strait Saturday

Taipei The U.S. warship that sailed through the Taiwan Strait on Saturday has been identified as the USS Chancellorsville, according to a Facebook post by the U.S. Seventh Fleet late Saturday.The post released on the U.S. Seventh Fleet's Facebook page ...
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U.S. identifies warship that sailed through Taiwan Strait Saturday

Taipei The U.S. warship that sailed through the Taiwan Strait on Saturday has been identified as the USS Chancellorsville, according to a Facebook post by the U.S. Seventh Fleet late Saturday.The post released on the U.S. Seventh Fleet's Facebook page ...
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Philippines decides to lift travel ban against Taiwan: sources (update)

Taipei The Philippine government on Friday decided to lift its travel ban against Taiwan following an internal debate, Philippine officials who declined to be named told CNA.An official announcement on the matter will be made shortly, according to the ...
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Philippines lifts travel ban against Taiwan

Taipei The Philippine government on Friday decided to lift its travel ban against Taiwan following an internal debate.Philippine presidential spokesperson Salvador S. Panelo confirmed in a statement that the Philippines has lifted the travel ban impose...
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Philippines lifts travel ban against Taiwan (update)

Taipei The Philippine government on Friday decided to lift its travel ban against Taiwan following an internal debate, capping off a week of uncertainty over the fate of travel ties between the two countries amid the coronavirus epidemic.Philippine pre...
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Taiwan offered observer status in U.S. led religious freedom alliance

Taipei Taiwan has been invited to join the newly formed International Religious Freedom Alliance as an observer, alongside the United States and 26 other countries that have full membership, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Wednesday.The inv...
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Taiwan travel ban unrelated to ‘One China’: Duterte spokesperson

Taipei Philippine Presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo denied Thursday that the ban on Taiwanese visitors to the country was connected to Manila's "One China" policy, quoting Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, at a regular press conference at the ...
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Taiwan revises entry policy for children with Chinese nationality

Taipei, Feb. 12 (CNA) Taiwan on Wednesday barred entry of children of Taiwanese or Chinese nationals, with only Chinese passports, reversing a new policy announced a day earlier that allowed the entry of those children.The reversal followed a firestorm...
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