A quarter of Taiwan's top emergency hospitals are running out of beds, after a recent cold snap pushed up the number of heart attacks. That comes just as the country faces another surge in COVID-19 cases, and days before authorities are expected to relax COVID restrictions around face masks and border entries. And we take a look at where Taiwan sits in the geopolitical tussle for technological supremacy in chips between the United States and China. Also:
- NATO and Japan have pledged to build stronger ties to face what they call a "complex security environment."
- On the second anniversary of the military coup in Myanmar, the UN says the junta is still committing crimes against humanity.
- Solar panels around a market in southern Taiwan have got some people hot under the collar.
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