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Один из протестующих в белорусском Гомеле убежал из автозака и попал на видео. На кадрах один из задержанных участников акции протеста убегает из автозака, пока сотрудники ОМОНа стоят к нему спиной. После этого очевидцы, находящиеся рядом, замечают случившееся и выражают поддержку сбежавшему.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:37
Australian political figures yesterday paid tribute to the pioneering former Labor senator Susan Ryan, after her death was reported, praising her efforts to achieve equality and declaring that the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 would stand as her legacy. Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese said Ryan, 77, had achieved "historic firsts" in a life "dedicated to women’s rights and equality.".
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:37
Thousands of people gathered outside the official residence of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday night to demand his resignation, pressing ahead with weeks of protests against the embattled leader despite a strict new lockdown order. With Israel facing one of the world’s worst COVID-19 outbreaks, the tough lockdown rules went into effect on Friday, closing many businesses, banning large gatherings and ordering people to stay close to home. However, Israel’s Knesset, or parliament, was unable to agree on proposed legislation that would ban the right to protest. Netanyahu has pushed hard for a ban on the demonstrations, claiming they pose.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:36
Valtteri Bottas yesterday won the Russian Grand Prix for Mercedes after teammate and championship leader Lewis Hamilton collected two time penalties for infringements before the race had even started. Hamilton, who started on pole position in Sochi hoping for a 91st Formula One victory to equal Ferrari great Michael Schumacher’s all-time record, finished third behind Red Bull’s Max Verstappen. The Briton’s lead over Bottas shrunk to a still healthy 44 points after 10 of 17 races, with the Finn collecting a bonus point for driving the fastest lap. "Never give up.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:36
California just started the clock on a future that a few years ago would have been unthinkable: dealerships full of nothing but zero-emissions vehicles. On Wednesday last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered regulators to phase out the internal combustion engine and ban the sale of all new gasoline-powered vehicles after 2035. With that, California became the first US state to impose such a prohibition and delivered the biggest jolt yet to automakers already under pressure to give up fossil fuels and deliver a new generation of electric vehicles (EV). While the industry depends on gasoline-powered sports utility vehicles and pickup trucks for.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:36
The Los Angeles Lakers, fueled by a triple-double from superstar LeBron James, on Saturday beat the Denver Nuggets 117-107 to reach the NBA Finals. With the win in the league’s quarantine bubble in Orlando, Florida, the Lakers completed a 4-1 victory over the Nuggets in the best-of-seven Western Conference finals. James scored 16 of his 38 points in the fourth quarter as the Lakers remained perfect in elimination games this post-season. Denver, already the first team to twice come back from 1-3 series deficits in the same playoffs, could not work the magic again. James added 16 rebounds and 10 assists, and Anthony Davis.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:35
The production value of the local IC packaging and testing industry is expected to grow 8.9 percent year-on-year to NT$519.7 billion (US$17.75 billion) this year, due to the booming stay-at-home economy, the Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC, 產業情報研究所) said in a report on Friday. The emergence of 5G technology and the launch of new products by international smartphone brands are also expected to help Taiwanese IC packaging and testing service providers to secure more orders, the institute said. Cheng Kai-an (鄭凱安), a senior industrial analyst and product manager at the institute, said that many suppliers in the industry benefited.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:35
Two out of 10 barbecue trays failed coating quality tests, while nine of them had labeling problems, the Executive Yuan’s Department of Consumer Protection said on Saturday, warning consumers to be cautious when buying barbecuing equipment ahead of the Mid-Autumn Festival on Thursday. Last month and this month the department bought 10 brands of metal barbecue trays from online and brick-and-mortar stores for testing, it said. Five non-coated trays passed the tests without copper or antimony detected, but two of the coated trays failed the dissolution tests of 4 percent acetic acid and residues after evaporation, it said. The two trays’ dissolved matter.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:35
Many retailers have been caught off-guard by COVID-19 restrictions and shifting consumer habits, but do-it-yourself (DIY) stores are enjoying a boom as people spend money on their homes and gardens. A report by consulting group McKinsey & Co found that faced with a prolonged period of financial uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers "intend to continue shifting their spending largely to essentials ...
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:35
Taxpayers in Taiwan can use their smartphones to file taxes next year, the Ministry of Finance said. In a hearing held by the Legislative Yuan’s Finance Committee on Thursday, Minister of Finance Su Jain-rong (蘇建榮) said that with the government promoting e-taxation, the ministry plans to allow taxpayers to file taxes using their smartphones in May next year. May is the annual tax filing month in Taiwan. Taxpayers could use the ministry’s Taiwan FidO smartphone app or certified smartphone numbers, among other planned smartphone-based methods, to file their taxes, Su said. Due to smartphones’ technical limitations, such as the small.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:35
Male hair loss can be treated if discovered early enough, even male pattern baldness, a Taipei dermatologist said. The main cause of baldness in men is male pattern baldness, which is largely a congenital condition, Lin Sung-jan (林頌然), from National Taiwan University Hospital’s dermatology department, said on Tuesday. The hair loss comes from follicles in the scalp, or other parts of the body, abnormally metabolizing androgen, Lin said. The metabolized matter affects local follicles, which eventually inhibits the ability of follicles to grow hair and ultimately causes the follicle to wither, he said. Hair begins to thin and grow shorter, and eventually less.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:35
Worldwide wearable device shipments are estimated to grow 14.5 percent to 396 million units this year from 345.9 million units last year, as demand remained steady in the first half of the year, despite the COVID-19 outbreak and the launch of new products in the second half, International Data Corp (IDC) said on Friday. The global market for wearable devices, such as hearable items, smartwatches and wristbands, is forecast to grow by a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.4 percent in the five years from this year, with total shipments likely reaching 637.1 million units in 2024, thanks to the.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:35
The US ranked as the largest debtor to Taiwanese banks for the 20th consecutive quarter at the end of June, the central bank said on Friday. Data compiled by the central bank showed that outstanding claims on a direct risk basis by Taiwanese banks on US debtors totaled US$91.90 billion at the end of June, up about US$7.55 billion from a quarter earlier. The increase came after the combined value of Taiwanese-owned assets in the US grew in the wake of a significant rebound of US stock markets when the US Federal Reserve eased its monetary policy to support the.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:35
Leaders of Taiwan’s diplomatic allies in the Caribbean on Saturday voiced their support for Taiwan’s participation in international organizations on the fifth day of this year’s UN General Assembly, citing the nation’s success in containing the COVID-19 pandemic. Taiwan, "as a responsible advocate for sustainable development and an exemplar of the magnificent Chinese civilization," deserves to be included in the specialized agencies and bodies of the UN, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves said at the assembly. Saint Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Timothy Harris reiterated his country’s long-held stance in calling for "Taiwan’s inclusion in this international fraternity.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:34
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs yesterday condemned the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy for listing Taiwanese cities as belonging to China on its Web site, and asked that it correct the error. The organization was inaugurated in Brussels in 2016 as a global coalition of mayors committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Six Taiwanese cities at the time joined the coalition as cities in "Taiwan," the ministry said. However, officials from the Kaohsiung City Government — one of the organization’s members — last week noticed that the city was now listed on the organization’s Web site as a.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 09/27/2020 12:34
Hong Kong residents last year renewed or applied for British National Overseas (BNO) passports in record numbers as anti-government protests erupted in the territory, the South China Morning Post reported. The 154,218 BNO passports issued last year is an eightfold jump from the year earlier, the newspaper reported, citing British government data. The authority also recorded 32,813 renewals by the end of June, the second-highest number since 2006, the Post said. The identity document is a product of the end of the British colonial era, made to recognize Hong Kong residents of the time as overseas British nationals, although it only gave.

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