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Aftershocks rattle Taiwan as quake toll rises to 10, 58 missing
Emergency responders were focusing on a 12-storey apartment block and a nearby hotel, both of which were leaning dangerously with their lower floors pancaked after the 6.4-magnitude quake hit the popular tourist city late Tuesday.
Dozens feared trapped in Taiwan after earthquake topples buildings
Dozens of people are missing following a deadly earthquake in Taiwan, with more than 40 feared trapped in a multi-story building tilting perilously in the northeastern city of Hualien.
Dozens feared trapped in Taiwan after earthquake topples buildings
Dozens of people are missing following a deadly earthquake in Taiwan, with more than 40 feared trapped in a multi-story building tilting perilously in the northeastern city of Hualien.
Four dead, scores missing in Taiwan quake
Rescuers combed through the rubble of collapsed buildings on Wednesday, some using their hands as they searched for about 145 people missing after a magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck near the popular Taiwanese tourist city of Hualien overnight.
Taiwan blocks China flights after route row
Taiwan has blocked nearly 200 flights by China’s airlines over the strait that separates the two rivals due to the carriers' use of controversial new travel routes introduced by China.
Panama opens embassy in China after cutting ties with Taiwan
Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela has inaugurated the Latin American country's first embassy in China, months after cutting ties with Taiwan.
Iran send 'The Servant' to Taiwan
Iranian animation 'The Servant', by Farnoush Abedi, was nominated for a $17,000 award at Taichung International Animation Festival (TIAF), in Taiwan.
Taiwan sees ‘new era’ in China, urges renewed dialog
Taiwan says the recent changes in China’s leadership mark a “turning point” that can be used to start dialog and improve cross-strait relations.
Taiwanese bank tracing lost funds after hacker attacks
Police in Taiwan are taking measures to help a local bank trace lost funds due to hacker attacks, which might reduce the bank's losses to less than $500,000.
Taiwan economy faces huge challenges: think tank
Taiwan's economy faces enormous challenges and might fall into the middle-income trap in the next decade, according to the region's top think tank.
China warns US to respect Beijing’s concerns on Taiwan
China says the United States must respect Beijing’s concerns on Taiwan to avoid creating disturbances in bilateral relations.
Taiwan hit by second storm after Nesat injures 111
Taiwan was hit Sunday by its second major storm in two days after Typhoon Nesat battered the island, leaving at least 111 injured while causing flooding and widespread power outages.
Taiwan braces for its first typhoon of the year
Taiwan came to a standstill on Saturday with power knocked out for part of the island as it braced for its first typhoon of the year.
Beijing calls on Washington to avoid damaging Sino-US ties over Taiwan
Beijing has lodged an official complaint with Washington over the passage of a bill that would expand military ties between the United States and Taiwan.
China protests US approval of arms sales to Taiwan
China has protested to the United States for approving the sales of weapons to Taiwan, saying that the potential sales would break trust between Beijing and Washington.

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