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23 May
President Joe Biden vowed Monday that US forces would defend Taiwan militarily if China attempted to take control of the self-ruled island by force, warning Beijing was already "flirting with danger".
23 May
President Joe Biden warned on Monday that China was "flirting with danger" and said the United States would defend Taiwan militarily if Beijing invaded, the second time in eight months he has made that vow. "That's the commitment we made," he said when asked if Washington would intervene militarily against an attempt to forcibly take…
17 May
A man who padlocked a church and opened fire on its Taiwanese-American congregation, killing one person and injuring five others, was motivated by hatred of the island and its people, US investigators said Monday.
9 May
A 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Taiwan on Monday afternoon, according to the US Geological Survey, with buildings in capital Taipei sent swaying.
23 Mar
A magnitude 6.7 earthquake that struck off the coast of Taiwan early Wednesday rattled buildings and roused people from their sleep, leaving one injured and causing a half-constructed bridge in the island's east to collapse.
23 Feb
Representative of Taipei Trade Office in Nigeria, Ambassador Andy Yih-Ping Liu commending the growing bilateral relations
31 Jan
The Council for Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) is in the process of becoming a provisional signatory to the Washington Accord (WA), which offers employment privileges
4 Jan
Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda said on Tuesday that it was "a mistake" to allow Taipei to open a representative office in Vilnius using the name Taiwan.
1 Jan
Taiwan's president on Saturday urged China to curb its "military adventurism", with tensions between the two sides at their highest level in years. Beijing has ramped up military and diplomatic pressure on Taiwan since Tsai Ing-wen came to power in 2016, as she rejects the stance that the island is Chinese territory. Chinese warplanes have made…
10 Nov 2021
Taiwan's government agencies face around five million cyber-attacks and probes a day, an official said Wednesday, as a report warned of increasing Chinese cyberwarfare targeting the self-ruled island.
5 Nov 2021
China vowed Friday to punish "diehard" Taiwan politicians, saying it would ban several from visiting the mainland, as tensions between Beijing and Taipei spiked to their highest level in years.
4 Nov 2021
Nigeria’s bilateral trade with Taiwan moved to N22 billion in the first nine months of this year, increasing by over 118.35 per cent this year. This is as Taiwan yesterday

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