Japan sends rescue experts to Taiwan; earthquake toll now nine dead, 25 missing

HUALIEN, TAIWAN – Japan sent a team of seven search and rescue experts to Taiwan on Thursday to help find survivors of its devastating earthquake, the government’s top spokesman said. The group took with them specialist equipment for locating people …
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