• Dolce & Gabbana co-founders apologize for controversial remarks 時尚精品創辦人 為爭議性言論滅火

  • HTC seeks license for medical VR product

  • With US sales boom over, automakers tighten belts

  • Microsoft wins US$480 million US Army contract

  • Roaming saleswomen light up rural Rajasthan homes

  • Highways and Byways: A road built for trainspotting

  • Highways and Byways: A road built for trainspotting

  • Highways and Byways: A road built for trainspotting

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  • Art exhibition listings

  • Art exhibition listings

  • Art exhibition listings

  • Art exhibition listings

  • Highlight: Experiencing ‘Deja vu’ again

  • Highlight: Experiencing ‘Deja vu’ again

  • Marriage law ‘cannot contradict’ ruling

  • Draft act aims to draw mid-level foreign workers

  • China protests third US Navy transit through Strait

  • AIT confirms Taipei land purchase for staff housing

  • AIT confirms Taipei land purchase for staff housing

  • Eriksen’s winner keeps Spurs in hunt

  • Oklahoma City sweep Cavaliers with 100-83 win

  • Proposal to bring firms home approved

  • TAPM board votes to sack manager

  • Accident comes back to haunt Han

  • Taiwan best choice for developing medical innovations, president says

  • Hsieh warns over result of food-ban referendum vote

  • Temple accused of turtle abuse

  • Obasang to form political party

  • TRA to establish assets development center for revenue

  • First police convicted in Philippine war on drugs

  • Seoul orders more Japanese payments

  • Seoul orders more Japanese payments

  • Ancient ninja oath unveiled in Japan, tells of retribution for revealing secrets

  • Senators send rebuke to Saudis, Trump

  • Democrats pick Pelosi for House speaker candidate

  • Septuagenarian could be US’ most prolific murderer

  • A fentanyl user holds a needle in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Oct. 22. Photo: AP

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