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Ma Departs for China, TaiwanPlus News – 18:00, April 01, 2024

2024-04-02
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The head of AIT, Laura Rosenberger, meets with President Tsai Ing-wen and President-elect Lai Ching-te. Investigators struggle to find the source of a recent food poisoning case in Taipei that killed two people. And, tens of thousands take to the streets in Israel in the largest protests seen since the start of the war in the Gaza Strip. Plus:
- Former President Ma Ying-jeou departs for China where he will meet with China's leader, Xi Jinping.
- Higher residential and industrial electricity prices take effect in Taiwan.
- The Philippines expands its agency tasked with maritime security.
- Turkish President Erdogan has taken a heavy hit in the country's local elections. 
- India's opposition groups protest the arrest of a high-profile Modi critic.
- Heavy fog cancels and delays flights in Taiwan's outlying Kinmen Islands.
- Comedians from Taiwan and China take on social issues in Taipei's comedy scene.
- Changhua residents fight to protect local wetlands from the potential harms of development.

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