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Ukraine Conflict Sees Spike in Violence

<p></p><p>LONDON Even as fans from across the world celebrate the football World Cup in Russia, ceasefire monitors just over the border in eastern Ukraine say there has been a significant uptick in violence in recent days, including the use of …</p>
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Taiwan Cement in talks with Turkish firm on partnership

<p>Taipei, Taiwan Cement Corp., one of the leading cement suppliers in Taiwan, said Friday that it is in talks with Turkish conglomerate Sanko Holding S.A. for a possible strategic partnership.</p><p></p><p>Taiwan Cement said that the possible cooperation with...
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Facebook: We Need to Do More to Tackle Hate Speech in Myanmar

<p>Global social media giant Facebook will need to increase its efforts to combat hate speech against the persecuted Rohingya minority, says the company's top policy official.</p><p></p><p>Since the outbreak of Rohingya refugee crisis in August 2017, U.N. inve...
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Taipei police make 180 telecom fraud related arrests

<p>Taipei, Taipei police launched a massive crackdown on telecom fraud in northern Taiwan from June 4-8, arresting 180 suspects in 89 different cases, Taipei City Police Department announced on Monday.</p><p></p><p>During the five-day operation, a wide range o...
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China Watching Kim-Trump Summit Closely

<p>BEIJING China may not be participating directly in the summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, but in some ways Beijing will be the invisible third party in the room.</p><p></p><p>Like many countries in …</p>
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Taiwan university awards eSwatini king honorary degree

<p>Taipei, King Mswati III of eSwatini on Saturday praised Taiwan for its high-quality education as he was awarded an honorary doctorate degree by a local university during a graduation ceremony in which his son was one of the graduates.</p><p></p><p>The &hell...
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30% of fishing boats allegedly breach migrant employment rules

<p>Taipei, About 30 percent of Taiwanese fishing boat operators who employ foreign crew are allegedly in violation of regulations governing working hours and wages, the Fisheries Agency (FA) under the Council of Agriculture (COA) reported Thursday.</p><p></p><...
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President delivers June 4 message to Chinese people

<p>Taipei, President Tsai Ing-wen (???) marked the 29th anniversary of the pro-democracy movement in Tiananmen Square in 1989 Monday by sharing Taiwan's democratic experience with Chinese people on her Facebook page, using simplified Chinese characters.</p><p>...
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President delivers June 4 message to Chinese people

<p>Taipei, President Tsai Ing-wen (???) marked the 29th anniversary of the pro-democracy movement in Tiananmen Square in 1989 Monday by sharing Taiwan's democratic experience with Chinese people on her Facebook page, using simplified Chinese characters.</p><p>...
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