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Updated 11:29 AM EDT, Tue, Jun 16, 2020

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A Taiwan tour bus carrying visitors from mainland China has crashed and caught fire near the capital Taipei, killing 26 on board.

Taiwan Bus Crash: 26 Dead as Bus Carrying Chinese Tourists Erupts in Flames [PHOTO, VIDEO]

A tour bus with Chinese tourists onboard erupted in flames following an accident on a busy highway in Taiwan, killing all 26 people travelling in the vehicle, according to officials.

Taiwan Premier Lin Chuan

Taiwan Premier Lin Chuan: Actors Should be Judged by Their Acting, not Their Political Stance

Taiwanese Premier Lin Chuan expressed his thoughts on the entertainment industry, saying that actors should be allowed to act in films without being affected by so-called "political factors.

HTC 10 is now $599 in the U.S. for the month of July.

HTC Offers $100 off for HTC 10 in the U.S.

HTC is slashing down the price of the HTC 10 in the United States for the month of July.

Taiwan China Missile

China Reacts to Taiwan Missile Firing Incident, Seeks 'Responsible' Explanation

China on Friday said it is seeking a 'responsible' explanation from Taiwan about the missile firing incident.

Taiwan mistakenly fires missile towards China

Taiwan Mistakenly Fires Supersonic Missile Towards China

A Taiwanese warship "mistakenly" fired a supersonic "anti-ship missile" towards China on Friday as it celebrated the 95th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Communist Party.

Taiwan's Planned Missile System Test in US Surely to Infuriate China

Taiwan's Planned Missile System Test in US Surely to Infuriate China

In a move likely to anger Beijing, Taiwan plans to test its newest missile system in the United States next month, media reports said on Monday.

 Tsai Ing-wen's Visit to Panama.

Taiwan seeks to Deepen Ties with Panama to Counter China’s Influence in the Region

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen kick started her first overseas trip in Panama on Saturday as Taiwan aims to deepen bilateral relationship with one of its key allies

China reported that it has halted a communication mechanism with Taiwan.

China Cuts a Communication Link With Taiwan

China reported that it has halted a communication mechanism with Taiwan. The measure has been taken as a response to the failur of Taiwan's new government to affirm the "One-China" principle.

Taiwanese President's first foreign trip.

Taiwanese President Embarks on First Foreign Visit as China Remains Alert

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen left for Panama and Paraguay on Friday, marking her first foreign trip since taking over the office last month. Both countries are among the 22 countries that officially recognize the island nation.

Tyrel Martin Marhanka

Tyrel Martin Marhanka: American Kills Himself in Taiwan Court After Hearing Prison Sentence on Drug Charges

An American man committed suicide by slitting his own throat with a scissor blade inside a courtroom in Taiwan on Thursday after a judge handed him a four-year prison sentence for growing marijuana.

Cross Strait Relations.

China Blames Market Conditions for Recent Decline in Taiwan-Bound Tourists

China on Thursday said that recent decline in the number of Chinese tourists traveling to Taiwan is due to existing market conditions, claiming that the Chinese government has never set a quota on Chinese tourists traveling to Taiwan.

Dalai Lama is in Washington, D. C. this week.

China Cautions US Against Meeting With Dalai Lama

China has warned US officials against meeting the Dalai Lama during his visit to the country. The Tibetan spiritual leader is in Washington, D. C. this week.

Ma Ying-jeou’s Visit to Hong Kong.

Taiwan Rejects Former President Ma Ying-jeou’s Request to Visit Hong Kong

Taiwanese authorities have rejected former President Ma Ying-jeou's request to visit Hong Kong later this month to attend an award ceremony organized by the Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA). Ma was invited as one of the keynote speakers for the event where he was hoping to speak on cross-strait relations.

China and Taiwan.

China Target Taiwan’s Tourism Industry; Plans to Reduce the Number of Taiwan-Bound Tourists

China is reportedly planning to reduce the number of Taiwan-bound tourists in three stages this year as the relationship between China and Taiwan continues to sour.

China's ADIZ plan.

Taiwan Refuses to 'Recognize' China's Air Defense zone Over South China Sea

Taiwan's new defense minister categorically said on Monday that Taiwan would not acknowledge any Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) declared by China over the disputed South China Sea region, adding that such a move will prove to be a deterrent for maintaining peace in the region.

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