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Will Putin turn off Moldova's gas taps?

Europe is worried about its gas supplies. Across the continent, politicians and the public are speculating about whether Russia will supply enough gas in the months ahead, or whether the Russian presi...

European Parliament delegation to visit Taiwan next week

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A European Parliament delegation will head to Taiwan next week to meet with high-level Taiwanese government officials. Raphael Glucksmann, known for his critical stance...

European Parliament ready to 'upgrade' Taiwan relations

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The European Parliament has approved its first-ever report on EU-Taiwan relations during a plenary session on Wednesday evening (Oct. 20). The report, titled "EU-T...

UN urges leaders in central Africa to help end conflicts

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. Security Council urged leaders in central Africa’s Great Lakes region Wednesday to seize the momentum of recent positive political developments to make progress toward e...

EU lawmakers push to 'upgrade' ties with Taiwan

The European Parliament on Thursday adopted a resolution calling for strengthening the EU's ties with Taiwan, the bloc's legislature said in a statement. The move comes amid heightened tensi...

European Commission VP underscores importance of Taiwan Strait peace

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Executive Vice President of the European Commission Margrethe Vestager delivered a pro-Taiwan speech during a European Parliament plenary meeting discussing a report on EU...

Can India and Israel help drive cooperation in the Middle East?

Top diplomats from India, the US, Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) held a virtual ministerial meeting on Monday, which has been lauded as a first step towards expanding quadrilateral cooperat...

Japan, S Korea leaders look to deepen ties despite strains

TOKYO (AP) — The leaders of Japan and South Korea spoke by phone on Friday, saying they would look to deepen ties in the face of regional security threats despite strained bilateral relations. ...

Somaliland foreign minister calls Taiwan 'important partner'

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Somaliland’s new Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Essa Kayd Mohamud Raagsale, on Wednesday (Oct. 13) said that Taiwan is an important partn...

Taiwan foreign minister urges nations to defend democracy with vigilance, cooperation

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Foreign Minister Joseph Wu (吳釗燮) spoke virtually at the 25th Forum 2000 in the Czech Republic on Tuesday (Oct. 12), calling on global democracies to protect universal valu...

Taiwan dismisses Chinese media reports of dollar diplomacy

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Monday (Oct. 11) refuted a report by China's state-run Global Times that claimed Taiwan has been bribing individuals in count...

French delegation leaves Taiwan after five-day visit

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A delegation of French senators left Taiwan on Sunday night (Oct. 10) after wrapping up a five-day visit to the country. The group departed on Sunday night at 11:10 p.m...

North Korean leader calls for improved living conditions

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea said Monday leader Kim Jong Un urged officials to overcome a “grim situation” facing the country and make stronger efforts to improve the food and living conditio...

French Senate delegation ends Taiwan trip with Legislative Yuan visit

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) —The French Senate delegation, led by Alain Richard, Chairman of the Senate’s Taiwan Friendship Group, stopped by the Legislative Yuan on Friday (Oct. 8) to call on Yo...

US, Taliban to hold first talks since Afghanistan withdrawal

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Senior Taliban officials and U.S. representatives are to hold talks Saturday and Sunday about containing extremist groups in Afghanistan and easing the evacuation of foreign citizens ...