Members of the Democratic Progressive Party demonstrated in the Taiwanese parliament to protest against the trade deal with China that was being
Rescue workers resort to crane to pull obese woman from apartment, after the woman, who was unable to move, called for help.
Taiwan’s biggest oil refinery complex caught fire for the third time in six months.
An exhibition of Tibetan art has opened at Taiwan’s National Palace Museum called “Tibet – Treasures from the Roof of the World”.
Slovak couple marries at taiwanese hotel after unable to fly home due to ash.
German carmaker Daimler has said it will not pay a dividend to shareholders for the first time in 14 years.
That followed a worse-than-expected net
Medics examined a new born baby saved with its mother from the flooding and mud slides which have swept across Taiwan. It was a rare moment of relief
The massive airlift continues to try and rescue those stranded by the devastating Typhoon Morakot which struck Taiwan last weekend.
More than 500
Taiwan’s typhoon death toll could pass 500 the president says.
It has been confirmed that 117 people were killed when last weekend’s storm
Local authorities say at least 300 people have probably been killed in a village in southern Taiwan in a series of landslides in the wake of typhoon
Public anger over rescue operations in Taiwan’s typhoon disaster is mixed with desperation for victims’ relatives. While the sky cleared over the
Taiwan’s former president has gone on trial, accused of corruption and embezzlement during his time in office. Chen Shui-bian is staunchly
Six decades of sometimes icy relations have thawed, as China and Taiwan celebrate closer ties.
At simultaneous ceremonies, at Tianjin in southern