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Scenes of devastation in Kaohsiung after blasts rip up roads and send cars flying; residents blame authorities for failing to heed warnings Angry residents of Kaohsiung accused the Taiwanese authorities of acting too slowly to prevent a series of gas explosions that killed and injured more than 300 people.
The 11 Control Yuan nominees who were rejected are incumbent Control Yuan members Cheng Jen-hung , Shen Mei-chen , Li Bing-nan and Yu Teng-fang ; Hsu Kuo-wen , chairman of the Lo-Hsu Foundation; Kang Jaw-jou , former director-general of the Food and Drug Administration under the Ministry of Health and Welfare; Hsue Chun-ming , incumbent deputy ... (more)
The Legislative Yuan began a two-week extra session on Monday to review the qualifications of 29 candidates nominated to the Control Yuan and two high-profile bills -- one to establish free economic pilot zones and one to oversee negotiations and agreements with s.
Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou has asked his cabinet to strengthen commercial flight safety after a twin-engine prop jet crashed last Wednesday near the main airport in the outlying Penghu islands, killing 48 people.
An employee looks at the moisture separator reheater in the turbine building during a media tour at the yet-to-be-completed Taipower Fourth Nuclear Power Plant in Gongliao, New Taipei City, May 14, 2013.
The Taichung City Government on Sunday launched the Bus Rapid Transit of Taichung system, partially opening 11 out of the 21 proposed stations on the BRT Blue Line and letting passengers ride for free.
On the final day of the National Conference on Economic and Trade Affairs , President Ma Ying-jeou underscored the need for the ruling party and the opposition to work together for the sake of Taiwan's economic future.
Taiwan's first lady will resume a rare visit to Japan which was postponed after a diplomatic row over posters for an exhibition of loaned treasured artefacts, officials said Monday.
President Ma Ying-jeou yesterday visited one of the Flight GE222 accident survivors at MacKay Memorial Hospital in Taipei and requested that the Ministry of Transportation and Communications strengthen its aviation safety measures.
MAGONG: Taiwan's TransAsia Airways ran an apology on the front pages of five major newspapers Friday, pledging to shoulder the "utmost responsibility" after 48 people died when one of its planes crashed in stormy weather.
The military coup in Bangkok has robbed the nation of its democracy . There is an element of intense fear despite the military's effort to pacify the people.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 09:05 am
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