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                                                                              发稿时间:2020-08-13 23:44:44

                                                                              【环球网报道 记者 尹艳辉】台湾当局前领导人李登辉7月底病亡,遗体于今日(14日)火化。据多家台媒报道,今日下午1点半左右,设在台北宾馆的李登辉追思会场,一名女子用装有红色油漆的气球,砸向会场内摆放的李登辉肖像。该名女子随后被警方逮捕,送往警局侦讯。

                                                                              这些公司表示,特朗普政府这一行政令可能会削弱公司在中国的竞争力。该行政令禁止美国公司与微信进行任何商业交易。

                                                                              美国用户都希望赶在微信从各大应用商店下架前安装妥当,他们同时也转向了QQ,因为特朗普的禁令并未明确覆盖到这款应用。

                                                                              Over a dozen major U.S. international business executives joined in a call with White House officials on Tuesday to raise their concerns about President Donald Trump's planned restrictions targeting the WeChat app from China's Tencent Holdings Ltd., according to a Wall Street Journal report. 

                                                                              移灵车队上午6时57分到达济南教会,将进行入殓火化礼拜;仪式结束后,载运李登辉遗体的车队将绕行台湾地区领导人办公室一周,再送往二殡火化。

                                                                              Some users said they planned to access WeChat in the U.S. using a virtual private network (VPN). 

                                                                              一名女子用红漆泼向李登辉肖像(图片来源:台湾“东森新闻云”)

                                                                              In the U.S., WeChat app downloads in the U.S. rose by 41 percent in a six-day average from the week prior to the U.S. ban announced last Thursday, and QQ downloads have tripled in the past week, according to data from Sensor Tower.

                                                                              字节跳动此前也发表声明,表示欲寻求法律途径反抗美国政府的无理做法。字节跳动在声明中说,美国总统最新颁发的行政命令没有遵循正当法律程序,对此感到非常震惊。声明认为,该项命令开了一个有违表达自由和开放市场的危险先例。如果美国政府不能给予公正的对待,字节跳动将诉诸美国法院。

                                                                              According to a survey on China's Twitter-like social media platform Weibo, about 95 percent of 1.2 million people that responded said they would switch to an Android smartphone over an iPhone rather than give up WeChat if it were banned.