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Taiwan to make landmark gay marriage ruling

Taipei (AFP) - Taiwan could become the first place in Asia to legalise gay marriage on Wednesday when a court makes a landmark ruling on whether to allow same-sex unions.

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Taiwan awaits landmark ruling over gay marriage

TAIPEI: A court ruling in Taiwan this week could make the island the first place in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage, in a decision that would give activists around the region new hope in their quest for equality.

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Gay marriage case may change Taiwan’s stand

Taipei: Taiwan’s constitutional court began hearing a landmark case that could make the island the first place in Asia to allow same-sex marriage.

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Taiwan court hears landmark gay marriage case

TAIPEI: Taiwan’s constitutional court began hearing a landmark case Friday that could make the island the first place in Asia to allow same-sex marriage.

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Taipei urged to decriminalize prostitution

TAIPEI: Sex workers believe that the city government's inaction could drive them to desperation.

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Forced treatment unlawful, rules court

Taipei: The Taipei District Court ruled that the Taipei City Government had no right to force a man off National Chengchi University (NCCU) campus grounds to receive psychiatric treatment on March 31, and ordered his immediate release.

World

Taipei mayor to attend China forum after row fizzles

TAIPEI (Reuters) - A forum between the mayors of the Taiwan capital of Taipei and the Chinese city of Shanghai will take place after all, Taipei said on Wednesday, suggesting a dispute over the Taipei mayor's refusal to endorse Beijing's "one China" policy has fizzled out.

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Another M’sian hurt in Taiwan blast

PETALING JAYA: One more Malaysian student was reported injured in Taiwan’s party explosion.

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‘Hell’ breaks loose in Taipei

TAIPEI: The scene at a Taiwan water park has been described as “hell” when a ball of fire ripped through a crowd, injuring more than 500 people, with almost 200 of them seriously hurt.