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Tuesday, September 16, 2014
The main suspects involved in the killing of a police officer in downtown Taipei turned themselves in yesterday but claimed the fatal attack was an “accident.”
 > Taipei
Taiwan -- Suspects surrender, say cop death was 'accident'
During the storm of public criticism regarding President Ma Ying-jeou's call for public support for the Kuomintang (KMT), one of the KMT's own Central Review Committee members got down on his knees yesterday ......
Taiwan -- Popular 'Moon Rabbit' exhibit destroyed by fire
Following a popular display that drew over 2 million visits since its opening, Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's “Moon Rabbit” sculpture was destroyed in a fire in Taoyuan Monday.
 > Taoyuan
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A drill in which Taiwan's main combat aircraft will practice emergency landings and takeoffs on a freeway will be held Tuesday as planned, as Typhoon Kalmaegi will not have a major impact on Taiwan.
The major opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) denied a report Monday that its chairwoman has been invited by the U.S. government for a visit, calling it “groundless.”
Taiwan -- Temperatures in Kaohsiung climb to 82-year record
The mercury in Kaohsiung soared to 37.6 degrees Celsius Monday, a record high since the southern Taiwan city started keeping weather data 82 years ago, according to the Central Weather Bureau.
Tamkang University's central election commission yesterday announced a postponement of student association elections, effective immediately, due to controversies surrounding the election rules.
Taiwan kicked off its annual Han Kuang series of military exercises Monday to test the joint combat readiness and defense capabilities of its armed forces in the event of an attack from China.
The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) recently warned locals of rampant pre-paid game card scams that many users of the popular free messaging service Line have fallen victim to.
The United States government will not intervene in Taiwan's elections, an American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) spokesman said yesterday in an attempt to refute former AIT official Richard Bush's earlier statement that Washington could do so in the 2016 presidential election.
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