Taiwan Solidarity Union legislators Hsu Chung-hsin, right, and Huang Wen-ling, left, criticize the National Immigration Agency for not having been able to stop British citizen Zain Dean, convicted of killing a man in a drunk driving accident, from leaving the country, despite having spent large sums of money on building a biometric identification system, at a press conference in Taipei yesterday.Feb 08, 2013FULL STORY
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