By Dona Z. Pazzibugan
Eight Coast Guard personnel charged with homicide for shooting to death a Taiwanese fisherman during an alleged poaching incident on May 9, 2013, have asked the Department of Justice (DOJ) to reconsider its decision, saying they were victims of “selective persecution.”
By Nancy C. Carvajal
The captain of a Taiwanese fishing boat whose father was shot and killed by the Philippine Coast Guard in disputed waters claimed on Friday he and his men were fired upon without provocation, and his family accused the Filipinos of murder.
By Michael Lim Ubac
Malacañang has formed a team from the Manila Economic and Cultural Office (Meco) in Taipei to ensure protection for Filipino workers in Taiwan after reports of harassment and attacks by Taiwanese angry over the fatal shooting of one of their fishermen by Philippine coast guards last week.
By Tina G. Santos
A Taiwanese fisherman was shot dead after the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) fired at a Taiwanese fishing boat that the PCG said had tried to ram its vessel near Batanes province on Thursday.
At least 30 undocumented Taiwanese allegedly involved in extortion activities using computers and the Internet were arrested on Tuesday in a joint operation of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) law enforcement department (LED).
A Taiwanese national, detained at the Cavite provincial jail, for a drug offense was snatched by a still unidentified number of men as he was being transported from the jail facility in Trece Martires City to Imus City in Cavite on Wednesday.
By Philip C. Tubeza
The Philippine Coast Guard said Saturday it apprehended a Taiwanese fishing vessel near the Calayan islands off the northern tip of Luzon for fishing in Philippine waters without the necessary permit. The poaching vessel was manned by a mostly Filipino crew.
The 78 Taiwanese arrested here on Wednesday on suspicion of involvement in large-scale fraud using the Internet and phone could not be criminally charged under Philippine laws, a ranking police official said.
By Jamie Marie Elona
Seventy-eight Chinese and Taiwanese suspected of being members of an international financial fraud syndicate were arrested in simultaneous raids in Davao City, police said Thursday.
Indonesia deported 76 Chinese nationals on Saturday who were among hundreds rounded up across Asia in connection with an alleged massive online fraud, officials said.