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  • Soldier deserts camp, carjacks friend in Taiwan

    Discover the latest on the soldier who fled Chenggongling Camp in Taiwan, marking the second desertion this year amid concerns over military pressures and security.
    2024/05/27 11:09
  • President Tsai inspects new military base, pledges support

    President Tsai Ing-wen inspected the newly renovated Chien Shih Camp, a key Military Police base in New Taipei, pledging continued support for the "Hsing An Project" and distributing bonus payments. The visit hinted at potential leadership transitions in the Taiwanese military.
    2024/04/15 16:49
  • Taiwan works to resolve stranded citizen in China

    TAIPEI (TVBS News) — China’s Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO) is verifying the situation of Taiwanese citizen Hu, stranded in China. The TAO spokesperson stated that appropriate action will be taken once the situation is confirmed. Hu’s family expressed their wish to visit him in China, while Chinese authorities cited discrepancies in his information. Legislator Chen Yu-chen mentioned that Hu has been in touch with his family daily.
    2024/03/27 15:51
  • Taiwan monitors Chinese military activity ahead of elections

    Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense (MND) detected four Chinese military aircraft and three naval vessels operating near the Taiwan Strait, days before the presidential election. Two Chinese balloons were also tracked, with one entering Taiwan’s western airspace northwest of Chiayi, and another spotted northwest of Keelung. The balloons disappeared from radar after crossing the median line. The MND’s flight track map shows that one balloon floated over Taiwan from west to east before disappearing over the Pacific Ocean. The other balloon, named "Air Police 500," flew into Taiwan’s southwestern air defense identification zone (ADIZ) from China’s coastal airspace. These balloons were likely used for collecting meteorological data and were different from the Chinese spy balloons that flew over the U.S. last year. It is inferred that these floating balloons might have been released by an unknown Chinese entity, as Taiwan has previously found balloons released by China for weather research. Promptly disclosing the movements of Chinese balloons is emphasized to raise public awareness regarding safety measures and counter potential preemptive messaging from China. The national military is currently monitoring the situation and has developed a responsive plan, according to the MND.
    2024/01/03 11:07
  • Jaw Shaw-kong slams Lai Ching-te over Wanli housing issues

    KMT vice presidential candidate Jaw Shaw-kong criticizes DPP presidential candidate Lai Ching-te’s family house in Wanli District, questioning its legality and the presence of military police. Jaw also accuses Lai of neglecting housing issues in mining areas and highlights the DPP’s disregard for non-urban planned lands. The controversy surrounding the Wanli property reflects the intense scrutiny candidates face over personal and family matters during elections.
    2023/12/20 18:41
  • Military Police process 415 drug cases, arrest 27 in 2023

    The Military Police Command (MP) in Taipei processed 415 drug cases in 2023, resulting in the apprehension of 27 suspects and the seizure of 50.2 kilograms of drugs. The MP, in close collaboration with law enforcement agencies, carried out specialized drug interdiction operations as part of the government’s anti-drug strategy. Unannounced inspections by military police teams, accompanied by drug-sniffing dogs, led to the confiscation of over 50 kilograms of narcotics. More than 400 individuals were referred to judicial authorities for prosecution. The MP serves as judicial police officers and plays an integral role in the anti-drug task force, with a commitment to combat drug trafficking. The MP’s Forensic Science Center supports these efforts by analyzing controlled substances and urine samples collected during operations. These measures aim to protect the living environment and security of the nation’s people.
    2023/12/20 14:46
  • Taiwan military adjusts restrictions to meet manpower needs

    Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense (MND) announced on Wednesday (July 5) future significant revisions to the selection and training guidelines for volunteer soldiers and military police.
    2023/07/06 14:55
  • Taiwan’s Military Police faces backlash over new motorcycles

    As Taiwan’s military spending increases amid an unstable situation across the Taiwan Strait, concerns are mounting over the Legislative Yuan budget plan. 
    2023/03/15 15:23
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