Taiwan mulls entry ban on Chinese human rights violators
Taipei, May 25 (CNA) Taiwan's government is considering adopting measures to prohibit blacklisted Chinese human rights violators from entering the country in response to the detention of a Taiwanese human rights activist in China, Chiu Chui-cheng (邱垂正), deputy head and spokesperson of the Mainland Affairs Council said on Thursday.
(Full text of the story is now in CNA English news archive. To view the full story, you will need to be a subscribed member of the CNA archive. To subscribe, please read here.)
Taiwan reports 4 new COVID-19 cases, no deaths12/05/2021 05:44 PM
Largan November revenues hit 10-month high12/05/2021 05:15 PM
Fitting of 105-mm armored vehicle assault guns to start next month12/05/2021 03:37 PM
Taiwan to offer 2nd Pfizer-BNT dose for 12-17 age group from Dec. 2012/05/2021 02:54 PM
Warmer weather, more rain forecast in Taiwan through Monday: CWB12/05/2021 11:28 AM