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1861 2009-07-25 Taiwan Holy Mountain Purification Activity Administrator 607
1862 2009-07-23 Letter from Former President Chen Shui-bian Administrator 297
1863 2009-07-19 Fertilizing Seedlings and Loading sandbags Administrator 581
1864 2009-07-19 Taiwan Independence and the Future of Taiwan's Youth Administrator 309
1865 2009-07-25 Lession Three: Cultivate Administrator 272
1866 2009-07-16 World Games in Kaohsiung, Taiwan (Part I) Administrator 354
1867 2009-07-15 Visit Chen Cheng-po Cultural Museum at Chiayi City Administrator 447
1868 2009-07-12 Fertilizing, Watering and Weeding - Holy Mountain Activity Administrator 535
1869 2009-07-12 Yellow Ribbon for A-Bian @ Changhua City Administrator 368
1870 2009-07-11 Free Tiber Concert Administrator 349
1871 2009-07-11 Tree Planting and Fertilization at Holy Mountain Administrator 490
1872 2009-07-05 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part IV) Administrator 588
1873 2009-07-05 2009 Taiwan UN Youth Camp (Part II) Administrator 357
1874 2009-07-04 2009 Taiwan UN Youth Camp (Part I) Administrator 320
1875 2009-07-04 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part III) Administrator 535
1876 2009-07-03 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part II) Administrator 571
1877 2009-07-02 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part I) Administrator 573
1878 2009-07-01 Pre-operation for the Reforestation of the Holy Maintain Administrator 470
1879 2009-06-29 Completed the First Phase of the Holy Mountain Engineering Work Administrator 465
1880 2009-06-27 Lession Two: Weeding Again Administrator 341
 
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Newsflash

DPP lawmakers and human rights activists yesterday urged prosecution of Chinese officials who have been charged for crimes against humanity in other countries if they visit Taiwan.

Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Tien Chiu-chin (田秋堇) and the activists made the call at a press conference as the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) — both ratified by the Legislative Yuan in March — were written into law yesterday.