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Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 13:38
China would attack Taiwan if there is no other way of stopping it from becoming independent, Chinese General Li Zuocheng (李作成) said yesterday. Speaking at Beijing’s Great Hall of the People on the 15th anniversary of China’s "Anti-Secession" Law, Li, who is chief of the Joint Staff Department of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Central Military Commission, left the door open to using force. The 2005 law is China’s legislative basis for military action against Taiwan. "If the possibility for peaceful reunification is lost, the people’s armed forces will, with the whole nation, including the people of Taiwan, take all necessary steps to.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 13:38
SCIENCE. Solar eclipse nears. People in central and southern Taiwan, the east coast, Penghu and Kinmen would be able to view an annular solar eclipse on June 21, the Central Weather Bureau said. The eclipse would be visible in Kinmen, north of the Penghu Islands, south of Yunlin County, Chiayi County, north of Tainan and Kaohsiung, south of Hualien County and north of Taitung County, the bureau said. Such an eclipse has been observed in Taiwan three times: Dec. 14, 1955; April 19, 1958; and May 21, 2012, bureau records showed. It said that people should view the eclipse with solar filters,
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
Former middleweight champion of the world Hassan N’Dam wanted to repay the French hospital that cared for his father-in-law through his battle with COVID-19. Perhaps with Champagne? Or chocolates? “These are things that won’t last. I wanted to leave something quite memorable,” N’Dam said. It occurred to him that he held the answer in his own hands — or rather, in his fists. He would give the medical workers at Villeneuve-Saint-Georges hospital boxing lessons, to help them relieve the tension of long shifts during the coronavirus pandemic — “letting off steam, getting rid of all one’s emotions.”“They have seen so many [difficult] things that.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
The US Department of Justice has accused a network of North Korean and Chinese citizens of secretly advancing North Korea’s nuclear weapons program by channeling at least US$2.5 billion in illicit payments through hundreds of front companies. The indictment, unsealed on Thursday in Washington’s federal court, is believed to be the largest criminal enforcement action ever brought against North Korea. The 33 defendants include executives of North Korea’s state-owned Foreign Trade Bank, which in 2013 was added to a US Department of the Treasury list of sanctioned institutions for transactions that facilitated the nuclear proliferation network and cut off from the US.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
English Premier League clubs on Thursday agreed to restart the season on June 17, provided that all safety requirements are in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Aston Villa v Sheffield United and Manchester City v Arsenal — both rearranged games — are due to take place on that date, the league said in a statement. After those matches, all 20 clubs would have played 29 matches heading into the weekend of June 19 to 21, when the rest of the top flight is scheduled to be in action. The last Premier League match before the shutdown was Leicester v Aston Villa.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday distanced his company from Twitter and its fight with US President Donald Trump as the White House moved to scrap a law protecting social media companies. Trump, who has accused social media firms of bias against conservatives, stepped up his attacks on Twitter after the company on Tuesday for the first time put a fact-checking label on two of his tweets about mail-in ballots. "We have a different policy, I think, than Twitter on this," Zuckerberg told Fox News. Both sites take down content that violates their terms of service, but Facebook’s approach has "distinguished.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
Antelope is best, monkey is chewy, bats need a sauce, forest porcupine is mild and pangolin — one of the most trafficked animals in the world — tastes great roasted, but smells awful. That, at least, was what the Gabonese workers told us. We were in a Belgian-owned logging camp in Gabon. The day had been spent watching giant trees being felled for the Chinese market, but by evening everyone’s thoughts had turned to food. Most rural Africans and Asians say “bush” or wild meat is healthier, tastier and often cheaper than the bland meat of most farmed animals like chickens or.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
China yesterday faced growing international pressure over its move to impose security legislation on Hong Kong that critics say will destroy the territory’s autonomy, with the US and Britain placing the issue before the UN Security Council. The US, Britain, Canada and Australia led criticism of the bill, which would punish secession, subversion of state power, terrorism and acts that endanger national security, as well as allow Chinese security agencies to operate openly in Hong Kong. China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) on Thursday approved the plans for the legislation, which followed seven months of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong last year. After China.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
Italy’s Serie A on Thursday was given the green light to resume on June 20 after a three-month absence as one of the nations hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic begins to ease restrictions. Italian Minister for Sport Vincenzo Spadafora said that the government’s Technical and Scientific Committee (CTS) had agreed to the health protocol proposed by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC). "Italy has started to return to normal life again, it is only right that football should do the same," Spadafora said.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
Indonesian officials are forcing people who break social distancing rules to recite Koran verses, stay in "haunted" houses and submit to public shaming on social media as the country battles to contain surging novel coronavirus infections. The Southeast Asian archipelago began deploying about 340,000 troops across two dozen cities to oversee enforcement of measures aimed at halting transmission of the disease, such as wearing masks in public. However, provincial leaders are buttressing these efforts with their own zealous campaigns to fight the coronavirus. Police in western Bengkulu Province have assembled a 40-person squad to find lockdown scofflaws and force them to wear.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
"Murder," "brutality," "reprehensible" and "indefensible" — police across the US have condemned the actions of Minneapolis officers in the custody death of George Floyd, who cried for help as an officer knelt on his neck, pinning him to the pavement for at least eight minutes. Authorities say that Floyd was detained on Monday because he matched the description of someone who tried to pay with a counterfeit bill at a convenience store and the 46-year-old resisted arrest. A bystander’s video shows officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on Floyd’s neck even as Floyd begs for air, and stops talking and moving. "There is no need.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
Captain Wynn Gale — a fifth-generation Georgia shrimper — is on the side of the road on an April morning, selling shrimp at the same street corner where his dad sold shrimp. “How’s the pandemic treating you?” I ask. “Sales have dropped off by about two-thirds. No out-of-towners coming through on the I-95. No local traffic.” He sighs. “I’m going to tough it out. I can survive with what I’m selling. But that’s all I’m doing. Most shrimpers don’t have 401k retirement plans, you know?”Gale would rather be out on his boat, a 1953 trawler he had for nine years but recently.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
Empty offices and restaurants in the city of Sydney are driving hungry rats into homes and suburbs, and the loosening of restrictions could create "a new rat plague," a leading rat catcher said. As city centers have closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, suburban rat infestations have spiked, said Geoff Milton, a Sydney rat catcher with 35 years of experience. Rats naturally seek out houses in winter, and the sudden drop-off in food and garbage in cities is exacerbating the problem. Calls about suburban rats have risen 30 percent from the same time last year, Milton told reporters. The US Centers for Disease.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
Relief and excitement were the overwhelming emotions for Afghanistan after Cricket Australia confirmed that the nation would host them for a one-off Test in Perth from Nov. 21, Afghanistan Cricket Board chief executive Lutfullah Stanikzai said. Uncertainty had loomed over Afghanistan’s first Test against Australia due to travel and other restrictions imposed to curb the spread of COVID-19. However, Cricket Australia on Thursday gave the day-night match the green light when it announced its summer schedule, headlined by a marquee series against India. "There were rumors that this Test match might not go ahead, but it is a relief for us and our.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
From masks, racket bumps, poplar tree fluff everywhere and the prospect of a final played at the press center, Prague’s first post-lockdown tennis tournament offered a plethora of bizarre moments. The three-day Czech Tennis President’s Cup, pitting eight women and eight men, which ended on Thursday, was played under tight health protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19. "The gloves, masks, the fact nobody handed us the towels, no handshakes, that was definitely bizarre," two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova said after winning the women’s event. "And playing without people, the atmosphere was not exactly what we are used to," added the 30-year-old world.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
As professional soccer returned to Denmark, fans used Zoom to be part of the action. Thousands of Danish soccer fans on Thursday logged on to the conferencing software and were transported to Ceres Park for a league match between AGF and Randers that heralded the resumption of the nation’s pandemic-affected soccer season. While the stadium itself was without fans, the faces of thousands of supporters who joined the Zoom call were shown on giant screens that ran along one side of the pitch. Families wearing club shirts and scarves cheered inside their living rooms.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
MEXICO. Anti-violence ads criticized. Rights advocates on Thursday criticized a government ad campaign on violence against women, saying it minimizes the problem and depicts women as aggressors, too. A video included in the campaign urges men and women to “count to 10” before lashing out at people in their home. However, activists said that reduces a huge structural and cultural problem to a simple issue of anger management. “Shamefully, we’re seeing how federal authorities are mounting campaigns like ‘Count to 10’ that mirrors violence against women and puts the responsibility on the victims and underplays the crimes, making them appear just as.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
A : However, for someone like me who rarely listens to classical music, it’s difficult to imagine a classical musician livestreaming a recital. B : So you don’t think a livestream creates an enchanting, intimate feeling? A : I’m sure it does, but at the same time, won’t much of the subtlety of the performance be lost? B : I think rock groups actually suffer from the same problem. A : 不過,對於我這種很少聽古典音樂的人,很難想像音樂家自己辦線上獨奏會會是什麼樣子。. B : 你不覺得這樣很迷人嗎?會有一種更親密的感覺。. A : 話是沒錯。可是在此同時,許多音樂上的細節卻被犧牲掉了。. B : 我想搖滾樂團應該也有類似的顧慮吧。. English 英文:. Chinese 中文:
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 05/29/2020 12:36
At least seven people were shot in Louisville amid protests demanding justice for Breonna Taylor, a woman fatally shot by police in her home in March. Louisville Metro Police on Friday said that there were at least seven shooting victims, at least one of whom was in a critical condition. The statement said there were "some arrests," but police did not provide a number. "No officers discharged their service weapons," police spokesman Sergeant Lamont Washington wrote in an e-mail. Washington said that all seven were civilians. Video from downtown Louisville at about 12:30am showed protesters behind makeshift wooden barricades, which appeared to be made out.

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