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Taiwan plans more robots and drones for firefighters

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan plans to invest NT$1.1 billion (US$35 million) to procure 88 robots helping to fight disasters and 88 drones equipped with infrared sensors, reports said Thursday (...

Taiwan sends conscripts to top tech companies for alternative military service

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Conscripts with at least a master’s degree will be able to register for alternative military service at 400 companies, including technology leaders such as Taiwan Se...

Hsinchu firefighters send off fallen Taiwanese firefighter with hero's salute

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Hsinchu City Fire Bureau organized a hero’s salute and farewell ceremony on Sunday morning (Jan. 7) for a fellow firefighter who died on the job in December. ...

Revisions to Taiwan's Immigration Act go into effect in New Year

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Starting from Jan. 1, several amendments to Taiwan’s Immigration Act will take effect, with changes that will ease restrictions on foreign residents seeking to obtai...

Immigration to Taiwan has risen by 25% over 5 years

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Ministry of Interior (MOI) on Wednesday (Nov. 8) said that contrary to claims that Taiwan is seeing an exodus of people due to fears of a Chinese invasion, the number ...

Taiwan denies emigration rising due to war fears

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Ministry of Interior (MOI) on Tuesday (Nov. 7) rejected claims that emigration from Taiwan was speeding up due to fears of war with China. Legislators recently clai...

Peru cracks down on fraud ring with alleged Taiwan links

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — In an operation targeting a fraud ring, police in Peru arrested six Taiwanese and two Peruvians while freeing dozens of Malaysians and one Taiwanese who had been trafficke...

Kosovo police on the hunt for gunmen after deadly shooting

Kosovo police forces entered the northern village of Banjska on Monday, searching for members of the armed group that opened fire on a police patrol on Sunday. A group of around 30 individuals killed...

UN urges Afghanistan's Taliban government to stop torture and protect the rights of detainees

ISLAMABAD (AP) — The United Nations said Wednesday it has documented more than 1,600 cases of human rights violations committed by authorities in Afghanistan during arrests and detentions of people, a...

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Be prepared: Taiwan Scout delegation departs ill-fated World Jamboree

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan’s delegation to the 25th World Scout Jamboree in South Korea was taught an important lesson in preparedness as the event scheduled to run from Aug. 1-12 was p...

Portugal: Over 1,000 evacuated as wildfire rages

Hundreds of firefighters worked to put out a wildfire in southern Portugal on Tuesday, with 1,400 people evacuated since the start of the blaze. The fire has destroyed around 6,700 hectares of land. ...

The "NIA" is accelerating Thailand towards being an innovative nation through new roles as a "Focal Conductor," moving forward with 7 issues to strengthen "government, private sector, SMEs, startups and infrastructure" and to be ready to diversify investm

BANGKOK, THAILAND - Media OutReach - 7 August 2023 - The National Innovation Agency (Public Organization), or NIA, is continuing to drive Thailand's Innovation Index to the 30th place by 2030 in the ...

At least 31 killed by heavy rains in South Korea; rescuers hunt for missing people

SEOUL (Reuters) — Five bodies of people who were trapped under a tunnel submerged by heavy rains in central South Korea were pulled out on Sunday, firefighting authorities said, taking the death...

South Korea: Deadly floods, landslides threaten to displace thousands

At least seven people have died and hundreds more were displaced in South Korea as heavy rains over three days triggered floods and landslides, officials said on Saturday. Local media reports say tha...