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People look at a names list of some 1,270 people from the island's "White Terror" purges, during a ceremony in Taipei to formalise the victims' pardons on October 5, 2018. - Taiwan wiped the criminal records of 1,270 victims of the island's "White Terror" purges on October 5, the first time the government has fully exonerated those who suffered political persecution under martial law. Political opponents were killed and imprisoned under authoritarian leader Chiang Kai-shek, who ruled Taiwan from 1949 to his death in 1975. (Photo by Daniel SHIH / AFP) (Photo credit should read DANIEL SHIH/AFP/Getty Images)

People look at a names list of some 1,270 people from the island's "White Terror" purges, during a ceremony in Taipei to formalise the victims' pardons on October 5, 2018. - Taiwan wiped the criminal records of 1,270 victims of the island's "White Terror" purges on October 5, the first time the government has fully exonerated those who suffered political persecution under martial law. Political opponents were killed and imprisoned under authoritarian leader Chiang Kai-shek, who ruled Taiwan from 1949 to his death in 1975. (Photo by Daniel SHIH / AFP)        (Photo credit should read DANIEL SHIH/AFP/Getty Images)