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TAIPEI Feb 20, 2021 (AFP): Four retired Taiwanese military intelligence officers -- including a major general -- have been indicted for spying for China, prosecutors said on Saturday.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's government expressed its thanks to and "admiration" for U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday after he told his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping of his concerns about Beijing's pressure against the island China, which claims as its own territory.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Six Chinese fighter aircraft and a U.S. reconnaissance aircraft entered the southwestern corner of Taiwan's air defence identification zone on Sunday, the island's defence ministry said, in an unusual admission of U.S. military activity.
BEIJING (Reuters): China toughened its language towards Taiwan on Thursday (Jan 28), warning after recent stepped up military activities near the island that "independence means war" and that their armed forces were taking action to respond to provocation and foreign interference.
BEIJING, Jan 25 (Reuters): The United States often sends ships and aircraft into the South China Sea to "flex its muscles" and this is not good for peace, China's Foreign Ministry said on Monday, after a US. aircraft carrier group sailed into the disputed waterway.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan is under no illusions it can quickly sign a long hoped for free trade deal with the United States but feels when the time is right "success will flow naturally", the island's chief trade negotiator said on Friday.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's relationship with its most important global backer the United States has gotten off to a strong start with President Joe Biden's new administration, after the island's de facto ambassador attended his inauguration.
(Reuters) - Here is how world leaders are reacting to U.S. President Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday, replacing Donald Trump.
TAIPEI (Reuters): Taiwan has cancelled or postponed more large-scale events after a rare outbreak of domestically transmitted Covid-19 cases connected to a hospital, where the military has been sent to help with disinfection.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan has cancelled or postponed more large-scale events after a rare outbreak of domestically transmitted COVID-19 cases connected to a hospital, where the military has been sent to help with disinfection.