Friday, July 25, 2014   

Taipei students formally end occupation
(04-10 18:32)

Taiwan’s student protesters ended their occupation of parliament today, three weeks after taking over the main chamber decrying a contentious trade pact with China.
“We came here with ideals, now we leave with more burden,'' student leader Lin Fei-fan said at a press briefing shortly before dozens of demonstrators clad in black T-shirts walked out of the building.—AFP

   
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