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Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
Huawei Technologies Co believes it can supply 5G hardware unaffected by US sanctions to the UK for the next five years, sidestepping the expected conclusion of British emergency review on Tuesday. The company has stockpiled 500,000 pieces of kit, but fears a wider ban on its equipment is to be unveiled to placate rebel British Conservative Party lawmakers, who say that the Chinese supplier represents a national security risk. The British government on Friday said that it was "very likely" that British Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden would make a statement to parliament on Tuesday.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
A : Mask, check. Gloves, check. Anything else we need to do? B : First, we need to tip the diluted bleach solution onto the balcony since rats might have been there. After 30 minutes we can begin cleaning. A : We need to do the same in the storeroom, right? B : Yep, that’s your task. Remember to open the doors and windows, and carefully wipe down the cupboards with disinfectant. A : 口罩戴好、手套也準備好了,還有什麼需要注意的嗎?. B : 首先,我們把稀釋過的漂白水潑在陽台上吧,那裡可能有老鼠經過,三十分鐘後再開始清理。. A : 後面那間儲藏室也要這麼做吧?. B : 那就麻煩你了,記得先把門窗打開,再用消毒水仔細擦拭櫃子哦。. English 英文:. Chinese 中文:
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
Real Madrid are almost certain to win La Liga after a routine 2-0 win over Alaves on Friday put them within touching distance of the title. With suspended skipper Sergio Ramos sitting in the stands, Karim Benzema took over the armband and then penalty duties, firing in from the spot before teeing up Marco Asensio to add a second at the Alfredo di Stefano Stadium. After restoring their four-point advantage at the top of the table, the pressure was back on Barcelona, who were to play Real Valladolid yesterday, with that game to begin after press time last night. "We still don’t know.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday announced that the Hagia Sophia, a UNESCO World Heritage site, would be reopened for Muslim worship as a mosque, sparking fury in the Christian communities, in neighboring Greece and beyond. Erdogan’s declaration came after a top Turkish court revoked the sixth-century Byzantine monument’s status as a museum, clearing the way for it to be repurposed. In an address to the nation, Erdogan said the first Muslim prayers at the Hagia Sophia would be performed on July 24. "God willing, we will perform Friday prayers all together on July 24 and reopen Hagia Sophia to worshiping,"
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
For the third time in as many years, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday found himself at the center of a political firestorm — this time over the awarding of a lucrative government contract to a charity that also paid hefty sums to members of his family. Canada’s Conservative opposition has demanded a police investigation to uncover whether fraud was committed in the granting of the C$900 million (US$662.064 million) contract to WE Charity in June. The organization has admitted paying nearly C$300,000 to Trudeau’s mother, brother and wife for speaking engagements. Trudeau said he had part in negotiations with the charity.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
The COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly transformed the Internet into the most critical infrastructure on Earth. By enabling people and businesses to remain connected while under lockdown, the Internet has helped prevent the global economy from collapsing entirely. Indeed, with fear and social distancing continuing to separate many people, it has become the connective tissue for much human interaction and economic activity around the world. Few appreciate how this critical global resource has remained stable and resilient since its inception, even as its scope and scale have undergone uninterrupted explosive growth. In an age of widening political, economic and social divisions, how.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
Gritty knocks from openers Dom Sibley and Rory Burns helped England to reduce the West Indies’ lead to 35 as the hosts reached 79-1 at lunch on the fourth day of the first Test at Southampton’s Ageas Bowl yesterday. Resuming their second innings on 15-0, Sibley and Burns saw off a testing opening burst from West Indies pacers Shannon Gabriel and Kemar Roach before settling into their stride. Burns, the more aggressive of the two openers, brought up England’s 50 in the 20th over with a crisp cut through backward point off the bowling of West Indies skipper Jason Holder. However, he had.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
Wimbledon on Friday was hailed as "a class act" after the tournament agreed to split £10 million (US$12.62 million) among the 620 players who would have taken part in the tournament had it not been canceled this year. The All England Club said that based on world rankings, 224 players who would have competed in qualifying would each receive £12,500 while the 256 players who would have featured in main draw singles would get £25,000. In doubles, it would be £6,250, for wheelchair events £6,000 per player and £5,000 for quad wheelchair competitors. "Amazing news - always a class act and leader of.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen on Friday posted the fastest time and Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton lacked pace in the second practice session for today’s Styrian Grand Prix. Verstappen was 0.043 seconds quicker than Valtteri Bottas — Hamilton’s teammate at Mercedes — and 0.217 seconds ahead of Racing Point driver Sergio Perez. "The car already feels better than last week, the balance is a lot nicer and we have made a good step," said Verstappen, who did not finish last week’s Austrian Grand Prix after starting from second. "It is too early to say how we are looking against Mercedes, but we.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
The Canterbury Crusaders saw off an intense challenge from the Auckland Blues in a furious final quarter to complete a 26-15 victory in their Super Rugby Aotearoa clash in Christchurch yesterday. The home side have now won all four of their Super Rugby Aotearoa matches and ended the Blues’ seven-game winning streak across the wider Super Rugby tournament before the COVID-19 lockdown and the local competition. The Crusaders seemed to be sparked into a furious response when center Braydon Ennor charged down an attempted conversion by Otere Black of a Rieko Ioane try. Ioane crossed in the 55th-minute when his side took a.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
The Chinese government’s increasingly tight grip on Hong Kong is undermining the former British colony’s position as a regional financial hub, analysts and investors say. In its latest move to clamp down on Hong Kong, which has been a center of resistance against the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the Chinese government last month introduced sweeping national security legislation that criminalizes protest and dissent. While the target of the legislation might have been Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement, which has been protesting in the streets of the territory for a year, it has also spooked a business sector already nervous about Beijing’s control. Amid.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
Ice hockey in North America became the latest sport to finalize a return during the COVID-19 pandemic after NHL owners and players on Friday approved an agreement to resume the season and with it an assurance of labor peace through September 2026. Games are scheduled to begin on Aug. 1 in Toronto and Edmonton, Alberta, with coronavirus cases in the US pushing the league into Canada for the summer and fall until the Stanley Cup is awarded in late September or early October. Training camps are to open across North America tomorrow, which is also the deadline for players to opt out.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
Indonesian doctor Susana Somali and her staff cut tightly bound plastic ropes off dozens of whimpering dogs rescued from the butcher’s block after being sold or abandoned during the COVID-19 pandemic. Somali’s sprawling Jakarta complex, home to about 1,400 canines, has become a refuge for at-risk animals as cash-strapped owners sell them into the Southeast Asian nation’s controversial dog meat trade. Mostly acting on tips-offs, Somali and her team hit the streets looking for stray dogs and butcher shops where more and more doomed animals are spending their last days howling in cramped cages. Somali — who juggles a day job testing COVID-19.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
The CTBC Brothers still need another win to clinch the first-half CPBL title, despite thrashing the hapless Fubon Guardians 17-0 yesterday, after the Rakuten Monkeys beat the Uni-President Lions 9-2. Fans of CTBC Brothers were hoping to celebrate the first-half title, with a crowd of more than 10,000 packed into the Taichung Intercontinental Stadium for their home game against the Guardians. The figure was an attendance record for this year, when baseball and most other major sports events worldwide have been played in empty venues due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Entering the game, CTBC had pushed their magic number down to 2, meaning.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
SOUTH KOREA. Revered general dies. Former Republic of Korea Army general Paik Sun-yup, who was celebrated as a war hero of the 1950 to 1953 Korean War, has died at age 99. The army yesterday announced his death. It did not immediately release the cause of death. Paik became one of the UN representatives when the Korean War armistice talks began and was the first officer promoted to a four-star general in January 1953. After serving for two years as the chairman of South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, Paik in 1960 retired from the military. He served as ambassador to Taiwan,
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:38
Ennio Morricone, arguably the world’s greatest and most prolific composer for the cinema, had originally intended to write "serious" music and saw his film-writing career more as a lucrative sideline. "My real purpose was to write classical music," said Morricone, who is perhaps best known for his scores to Sergio Leone’s "spaghetti westerns" and who belatedly won an Oscar in 2016 for Quentin Tarantino’s "The Hateful Eight."
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:37
Hours after Hong Kong police searched the office of an independent political pollster, pro-democracy parties in Hong Kong yesterday held primary elections to choose candidates for upcoming legislative elections, despite warnings from government officials that it might be in breach of new national security legislation imposed by China. Pollster Robert Chung’s (鍾庭耀) Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute (HKPORI) is a co-organizer of the primaries for Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp, which aim to select candidates who will stand the best chance of achieving a 35-plus majority in Hong Kong Legislative Council polls in September. Chung said authorities arrived at his office and.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:37
To get around Madrid, Javier Wassmann used to wake up in the morning, grab his smartphone and start searching car-sharing apps to find a ride to work. Then came the COVID-19 pandemic. “Now I don’t want to use a car without knowing how long ago someone else was in it, if that person was wearing a mask or perhaps coughed on the steering wheel,” said the 37-year-old engineer in the Spanish capital, where four companies compete for customers with flexible, short-hop rentals. “I really don’t need to do it.”He is not alone. Car-sharing is suffering from the fallout of the pandemic,
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 07/11/2020 12:37
Nearly 10,000 people at sunrise yesterday attended the opening of the 10th Taiwan International Balloon Festival, the Taitung County Government said. Eighteen hot air balloons gathered at the Luye Highland for the opening ceremony, which took place at about 5:30am, while crowds gathered to watch 11 of the hot air balloons take off. Among the invited guests was American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Director Brent Christensen, who took a ride on one of the balloons with Taitung County Commissioner Yao Ching-ling (饒慶鈴). This year’s festival features 10 local balloons and 28 from overseas, 10 of which are making their Taiwan debut at the.

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