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DPP urges MOE to drop charges against student protesters

07/26/2015 08:05 PM
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Opposition Democratic Progressive Party's spokesman Huang Ti-ying (黃帝潁) called on the Ministry of Education (MOE) Sunday to drop the charges against a group of students who broke into MOE buildings last week in protest against what they called a "unilateral" decision to modify high school history textbook guidelines.

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