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Updated: September 28, 2016, 12:32 AM, GMT+08:00
Most offices, schools to stay closed Wednesday
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Taipei, Sept. 27 (CNA) Louise Arbour, the winner of the 2016 Tang Prize in rule of law, said Tuesday that it...
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Most offices, schools to stay closed Wednesday
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Most of Taiwan, including Taipei, Taichung and Tainan, were keeping their schools and offices closed for a second day Wednesday due …
Typhoon Megi leaves 1 dead, 70 injured
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Typhoon Megi left one person dead and 70 injured in Taiwan, according to preliminary figures released by emergency centers early Tuesday …
50,000 households to be affected by water supply disruption in Taipei
Water supplies to part of Taipei and New Taipei City will be suspended Tuesday as Typhoon Megi is battering Taiwan with heavy rain and powerful …
Official: Employers can’t force you to work during typhoon closure
As Typhoon Megi approaches, most local governments have announced school and office closures for Tuesday. The labor department reminded employers not to force employees to …
Typhoon knocks out power to over 320,000 households in Taiwan
More than 320,000 households across Taiwan were out of power amid Typhoon Megi, which has made landfall in eastern Taiwan on Tuesday morning around 5a.m., …
Local chiefs apologize for sending children into danger (Video)
As Typhoon Megi is taking dead aim at Taiwan, most local governments announced a full-day school and office closures for Tuesday, except Yunlin County, Chiayi …
Typhoon Megi to stay until Wednesday
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – As Typhoon Megi lashed most of Taiwan with strong winds and heavy rain Tuesday, speculation was mounting as too how late …
20 injured in onslaught of Typhoon Megi
According to Central Disaster Emergency Operation Center (CDEOC), as of 1 p.m. Tuesday, a total of 20 people in Taiwan have been injured as Typhoon …
Typhoon Megi forces buses off Taipei streets
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taipei City shut down its bus service and sections of its Mass Rapid Transit system Tuesday as Typhoon Megi battered all …
Typhoon Megi envelops Taiwan, disrupts transportation
Typhoon Megi is expected to fully engulf Taiwan and flood low-lying regions Tuesday. Effects of the storm are expected to worsen dramatically in Taiwan after …
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