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Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
A feared militia on Tuesday attacked a prison in the restive east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo), freeing hundreds of inmates, local officials and police said, as the Islamic State (IS) group claimed responsibility for the predawn assault. Two prisoners were shot dead during the breakout from the Kangbayi Central Prison in Beni at about 4:30am, police wrote on Twitter, blaming the attack on the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF). Beni Acting Mayor Modeste Muhindo Bwakanamaha also attributed the attack to the ADF, which originated in the 1990s as a Ugandan Muslim rebel group and has been accused of.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
Tundu Lissu, shot 16 times in an assassination attempt, has returned to Tanzania to run for president — but he did not know what to expect after the "hell" experienced by the opposition under Tanzanian President John Magufuli. Political rallies had been banned for years, freedom of speech suffocated, and opposition leaders killed, abducted and arrested — Lissu was worried for his own safety. However, the 52-year-old has been amazed by his compatriots’ reaction as he crisscrosses the country to crowds clamoring to see him. "After five years of repression, I was not expecting this kind of enthusiasm and mass support from the.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:37
France was yesterday to pay tribute to a history teacher beheaded in a quiet Paris suburb as French President Emmanuel Macron promised to intensify a clampdown on Muslim extremism. Police have carried out dozens of raids, while the government has ordered the six-month closure of a mosque and plans to dissolve a group that supports Palestinian militant group Hamas. "Our fellow citizens expect actions," Macron said during a visit to a Paris suburb on Tuesday.
SoyChile (Chile) 10/21/2020 12:36
21/10/2020 12:59:59 “Las personas homosexuales tienen derecho a estar en una familia. Son hijos de Dios”, dijo Francisco en una de sus entrevistas para el documental "Francesco". El papa Francisco aprobó las uniones civiles entre personas del mismo sexo por primera vez como pontífice mientras era entrevistado para el documental “Francesco”, que se estrenó el miércoles en el Festival de Cine de Roma. El apoyo papal aparece a mitad de la película, que profundiza en los temas que más interesan a Francisco, como el medio ambiente, la pobreza, la migración, la desigualdad racial y de ingresos y las personas más afectadas por la discriminación. “Las personas homosexuales tienen derecho a estar en una familia. Son hijos de Dios”, dijo Francisco en.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:36
The scuffle between Chinese embassy staffers in Fiji and a Taiwanese diplomat at a Republic of China (ROC) Double Ten National Day celebration has turned into a public relations opportunity for the government, Beijing and the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT). Although the incident occurred on Oct. 8, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) downplayed it, only for the story to be picked up by the foreign media, forcing the ministry to respond.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:36
Nestle SA’s outlook for revenue growth this year has improved as its big brands thrive, with Purina pet food benefiting amid an increase in pet ownership during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Swiss company said. The world’s largest food and beverage firm forecast organic sales growth of about 3 percent this year, after a 4.9 percent increase in the third quarter, the quickest pace in at least six years.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:36
Ericsson AB reported stronger-than-expected profit as the network equipment vendor gained market share, particularly from rival companies outside of China, amid government restrictions on gear from Huawei Technologies Co (華為). The Stockholm-based company yesterday said that third-quarter adjusted operating profit surged 38 percent to 9 billion kronor (US$1.03 billion), beating the average analyst estimate of 6.44 billion kronor.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:36
Asia’s biggest annual film festival started in South Korea yesterday at a fraction of its usual scale, but some movie fans will still be able to attend screenings despite COVID-19 forcing many events online. The Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) usually sees a host of stars and industry players from Asia and elsewhere descend on the port city for 10 days of critical consideration and financial dealmaking. However, strict conditions imposed this year because of the pandemic means no opening ceremony, red-carpet parades, after-parties or outdoor fan events. The fact it is taking place at all is a bonus, as many international festivals.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:36
Marcus Rashford once again sank Paris Saint-Germain after netting the decisive goal in a 2-1 Champions League win in the French capital. Rashford, who scored the winning spot-kick when United knocked PSG out two seasons ago, drilled home a low shot three minutes from the end, which won a thrilling Group H contest at a near-empty Parc des Princes. United had taken the lead in the 23rd minute when Bruno Fernandes slotted home from the spot at the second attempt, but Anthony Martial inexplicably headed Neymar’s corner into his own net 10 minutes after the break. The rest of the match was an.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:35
The Taiwan Transportation Safety Board (TTSB) yesterday came under fire from members of the Legislative Yuan’s Transportation Committee over its release on Monday of the final investigation report on the 2018 derailment of a Puyuma Express train. Board Chairman Young Hong-tsu (楊宏智) was at the committee meeting to brief lawmakers about the board’s performance over the past fiscal year and answer questions about its budget for the next fiscal year. However, as yesterday was the second anniversary of the derailment, which killed 18 people and injured more than 200, the committee chairman, Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Chen Ou-po (陳歐珀), asked participants to.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:35
Three Taiwanese tested positive for COVID-19 when they arrived in Japan earlier this month, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) said yesterday as it reported a new imported case. Minister of Health and Welfare Chen Shih-chung (陳時中), head of the center, said that one of the three cases in Japan is a Taiwanese baby under the age of one, whose parents work in Japan. The infant came to Taiwan with his parents in January, and the parents paid for the family’s COVID-19 tests on Oct. 10 ahead of their planned return to Japan on Monday last week, he said. The boy and his.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:35
Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Lin Shu-fen (林淑芬) on Tuesday expressed concern over plasticizer content in floor mats sold in Taiwan and urged the government to make inspections of such products mandatory. Lin told a news conference in Taipei that she received complaints from people who said they suspected floor mats made in South Korea contained excessive amounts of plasticizer, as they have a strong smell of plastic. Lin said that in August she asked the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspections to inspect floor mats sold in Taiwan, several of which were found to contain excessive amounts of plasticizer. Taiwan.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:35
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs yesterday released the virtual reality (VR) video Three Crucial Steps (關鍵三布局) to share Taiwan’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic with the world, adding that people would be able to experience it at the Presidential Office Building from next month. Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Harry Tseng (曾厚仁) demonstrated watching the video with a VR headset at a news conference in Taipei. After the ministry last year introduced VR videos about its Twin Oaks estate in Washington as part of the events celebrating the 40th anniversary of the US’ Taiwan Relations Act, it this time is employing VR.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:35
The Taipei District Court yesterday ordered that a retired colonel from the Military Intelligence Bureau (MIB) calling himself Taiwan’s "first special agent" be detained and held incommunicado as part of an ongoing investigation into espionage allegations targeting at least three former bureau officials. The Taipei District Prosecutors’ Office was seeking to detain former MIB colonel Chang Chao-jan (張超然) over his alleged involvement in introducing retired agents to Chinese national security authorities and passing confidential documents to China. Chang’s actions, if proven, would contravene the National Security Act (國家安全法), which carries a prison term of three to 10 years, and the National Intelligence.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:35
The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) yesterday accused CtiTV News of trying to mislead the public by publishing a half-page advert claiming that the party interfered in the National Communications Commission’s (NCC) review of its application for a license renewal. CtiTV News is distorting the commission’s review process by painting it as a political conflict and turning it into a smear campaign against the DPP, party spokeswoman Yen Juo-fang (顏若芳) said. "The NCC is an independent body, which carries out reviews and makes decisions based on its members’ professional expertise, as well as regulations and legal requirements governing media operations," Yen said. "We condemn.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/21/2020 12:35
Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd (國泰航空) yesterday said it is planning new flight services for Taiwan as it announced a corporate restructuring that included the shutdown of its regional subsidiary, Cathay Dragon (國泰港龍), and could lead to job cuts in Taiwan. Cathay Pacific said the shutdown means that the one round-trip service between Taichung and Hong Kong per day and seven round-trip services between Kaohsiung and Hong Kong operated by Cathay Dragon prior to the COVID-19 pandemic would be terminated. "The parent company is planning a new schedule between Taiwan and Hong Kong," Cathay Pacific assistant manager for corporate communications Moses Hou (侯恩錫)

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